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aunt,” recalled Garand. “She said just bring her to the hospital again. So, we did. By the time we left our house and got ready and got down there, we couldn’t wake her anymore.” After having a spinal tap, it was determined Paola had meningitis. She spent the next two weeks in the hospital and a third week at home resting. “When she was sick, and we heard meningitis, I thought it was something that happened years ago when we were little,” explained Garand. “I didn’t know that disease was really still around.” According to the National Meningitis Association, the disease is definitely still around, affecting as many as 3,000 Americans some years. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the serious and sometimes fatal disease can be avoided with a vaccine. These facts are what Paola is hoping to make people more aware about. The run/walk will not only raise awareness that day, but will hopefully raise enough money so Paola can buy materials and work alongside the health department to bring information to students, including what signs and symptoms of meningitis. “If they know what some of the signs are, then they can tell their parents how sick they really are,” explained Garand. The awareness will also help youngsters to understand how easily the disease can be spread. Although it is uncertain how Paola
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October 9, 2010
How Secunia can help you Avoiding the flu this winter
he Online Trust Alliance grew out of a series of summits that began in latter part of 2004. The well-attended summits, sparked by the continued growth of bad e-mail, created an interest that expanded in scope beyond e-mail issues and eventually into a more permanent solution as the OTA whose stated mission is to “…create and promote business practices and technologies to enhance on-line trust and the vitality of ecommerce and on-line services.” Last week, the OTA gave out their 2010 awards related to protecting consumers and making the Internet a safe place. Two of the awards went to Secunia, makers of software that I first wrote about in July 2009. The awards validate the good work done by the folks at Secunia and warrant another look at how their free software can help any home user. The software is called the Secunia Personal Software Inspector; it is a program that will scan a system, report deficiencies and offer solutions via links to the appropriate Web sites. PSI focuses on the things that are far too often over-looked by some users taking the guesswork out
of keeping a system more secure. I’m referring to things whose flaws are increasingly becoming the target of malware. Those things include common Adobe applications, browser plug-ins, etc. Secunia offers two methods to use their product the first of which is an on-line scan; the other involves installing an application. Start by visiting secunia.com/products/consumer/ and deciding which option to use either of which option is fine. Users choosing to install the program, please remember to close and save any work in progress before running the installation routine. After installation allow the program to scan the system after which the program displays a list of rated security threats with a solution for each one. Ron Poland is a professor in the Computer Information Systems AAS program at Clinton Community College. Poland is certified in computer repair and networking by the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA). He is also a Cisco certified network assistant. Questions may be sent to him via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What bulbs bloom in fall?
f I were to ask you to think about bulbs, what would come to mind? Tulips and daffodils most likely. But, what if I were to ask you to name a bulb that blooms in the fall? You might tell me there isn’t any that exists. Surprisingly there is one. Colchicum is a genus of flowering plants native to West Asia, Europe, the United Kingdom, and the Mediterranean coast that contains around 60 different species of perennial flowers that grow from corms. And the best known species, colchicum autumnale or autumn crocus, blooms in the fall. Flowers, which closely resemble the true crocus, can be seen in pink, white, and purple. Unlike most plants, only the flower emerges in the fall. The leaves emerge each spring. The heat of the summer causes the plant to go dormant. So, when the flower emerges each spring, no leaves are present. Another rare trait of the colchicum is the ovary of the flower is underground. As a consequence, the styles are extremely long in proportion to the rest of the flower. The styles can reach lengths of 4 inches.
All parts of the plant are poisonous since they contain alkaloid colchicines. A famous murderess of the 19th century, Catherine Wilson, is thought to have used its poison to kill a number of her victims. Despite its toxicity, the plant’s roots and seeds have medicinal properties. Drugs derived from small doses of colchicum are used to treat gout. Colchicum corms are planted in August in a garden that is well drained. Corms are planted about 2 inches deep and about 7 inches apart. After planting, caring for these autumn crosus is simple. The most important to remember is not to cut the spring leaves back as they store energy for the fall flowers. Most garden centers do not carry colchicum bulbs since they sprout readily and need to be planted in a timely manner after being harvested. Therefore mail order is one of the only ways to buy colchicum. Anne Lenox Barlow has had experience in the agricultural field as a horticulture educator with Cornell Cooperative Extension in Clinton County. She can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Using modes to play music semi-tone (1 fret). Formula 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Interval T T S T T T S It’s the relationship between the numbers (tone or semi-tone) that makes the sound of the scale. The first mode of any scale is called the ionian scale. A mode is a different starting point of the scale. Now, let’s look at the second mode: Dorian.
y motto for several of my first years playing the guitar was, “If it sounds good, then it must be right.” Everything I played was by ear. In the ‘70s and early ‘80s, the information highway was in its first stages and it was hard to come by sheet music, let alone be able to read it. So, I learned all my riffs by listening to songs over and over again. Nonetheless, I learned most of my repertoire back then by guessing. Well, a lot of musical styles have been born out of this rebellious way of thinking. However, everybody who plays guitar or any other instrument doesn’t want to form a band and write songs by trial and error so some of us have wandered into music theory and sooner or later we discover something called modes. Modes aren’t as complex as you might think. A mode is just a section of a scale — if you know your scales, then you understand the formula behind them. Let’s look at a major scale: the formula for the major scale is 1234567. Now, the formula in itself doesn’t mean much unless we understand the intervals between the numbers. “T” stands for tone (2 frets) and “S” stands for
Formula 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 Interval T S T T T S As you can see, the distance between the notes have changed. So, if you write out the formula with the intervals you can soon learn all the modes. You’re probably playing a few of them and don’t even know it. Once you can hear the difference between the seven modes, you will hopefully hear which modes are used in jazz, blues, rock and many other styles. Once you learn a few, try recording a familiar chord progression from one of your favorite bands and play around with them. You’ll be surprised at what you hear. Good luck! Johnny Charron is the owner of Rockin’ Johnnys, 103 Lake St., Suite 1, Rouses Point. Charron has been a musician since the age of 14 and has been teaching others for 15 years. He can be contacted by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at 297-7625.
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or some years now the editorial staff and I have been floating the idea of a regular publisher ’s column for the papers. In principle it should be common as the big nose on the end of my face. In reality, I’m a reader, not a writer. I’ve penned many columns over the years, but doing one weekly has always been my down fall. Blame it on writers block, not being a professional writer (my high school English teacher is still aghast I’m in this position), or not wanting to come off as a Know-It-All, which I am far from. All have contributed to the spotty appearance of offering a regular voice. I envy other publishers who craft regular, witty and insightful pieces. Perhaps in time I’ll find a comfort level, but for now here goes as I dip my toes once again…..
23rd District Mr. Hoffman, nice try but it’s over. Well, at least that’s what I originally wrote when I drafted this column a few days ago. We just learned this morning at press time (Oct. 5) that Mr. Hoffman has made the difficult choice to suspend his candidacy for the 23rd Congressional District. While he will remain on the ballot in name only on the Conservative Party ticket, he has encouraged his supporters to vote for Matt Doheny. After attending the two debates between Mr. Hoffman and Mr. Doheny it seemed clear to me that their positions on most issues were relatively close. The biggest difference between the two was their position on winning the Republican nomination. Matt made it
clear once the people voted he would respect their choice while Doug made it clear he was in the race til November regardless of the primary. To me, there was something disingenuous about taking that stand but obviously a position Mr. Hoffman felt he needed to remain firm on, at least until after the primary. Clearly it was the right choice for Mr. Hoffman to withdraw and it was the right choice for the constituents of the 23rd District. Now it’s time to let Congressman Owens and Doheny have a fair go at it without the “what ifs” of a third party candidate. Let’s hope for a good race based on the issues and not personal attacks ... Hey, come on! I can hope, can’t I???
Two-Party System I don’t know about you, but I for one am really getting sick and tired of our two-party system. It’s just to damn self-serving. I want to see candidates who are seeking office to solve problems ... in particular, my problems. I don’t want to put anyone in office who’s first interest is their party, second is their own self-interest and lastly comes their constituents. Far too much time is spent beating the other team over the head instead of finding solutions and seeking compromise. Before you know it, those of us not in office will have to resort to a form of “Fantasy Government” much like they do in sports. You know, when your team stinks you can take solace in selecting players from other teams for your make believe team, in make believe
league and pretend they (really YOU) are winning. In sports you can win on many levels. Unfortunately with government, unless you are winning in the pocket book, it’s pretty hard to put on a happy face.
Debates Initial inquires have gone out to both Owens and Doheny camps regarding a debate in the coming weeks. I personally placed the calls. We will keep you abreast of a date, time, and location as soon as we can.
Local Economy We continue to hear from local merchants that the flow of dollars in our community is not what it should be. We hope the recent "$25 on the 25th campaign" yielded some strong local action. But, it takes more than a one day reprieve to rebuild the lost confidence that is evident on our main streets. As a community we all have a stake in making things work and only when the dollars are flowing throughout the community will we be able to put this nasty recession behind us. I do see positive signs in other communities around us but this northern most region of New York State still appears to be lagging behind. A recent national study noted that only $15 remains in the local economy when $100 is spent at a national retail store while $45 remains in the community when $100 is spent at a locally-owned store. Here’s hoping we get this thing turned around soon, as our ability to publish and deliver these papers is based solely on the local enconomy. Daniel Alexander is owner and publisher of Denton Publications. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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October 9, 2010
Crossbow legislation falls woefully short Give the elderly and physically-challenged the ability to use a crossbow during archery season
t’s official — crossbows will be allowed during next year ’s regular and muzzleloader season, as well as during a special late season in the Southern Zone. I know what most of you are thinking ... “So, what?” I must concur — like I’m going to leave my Browning in the rack in favor of a device that tosses a bolt 2,700 feet per second slower. Granted it is a baby step toward allowing crossbow enthusiasts the right to practice their craft in the Empire State. But, for me, the legislation falls woefully short of its original intent because it doesn’t allow those with physical limitations to hunt during the regular archery season with a crossbow. I have a unique insight on this subject — I am one such person. My left hand remains partially-paralyzed after a negligent hunter sent a shotgun slug tearing through my neck in 1993. Since that time, I’ve struggled to regain my ability to practice the sport I love. As I was recovering, one of the first questions I had of the physical therapists was, “How am I ever going to bowhunt again?” They had very few answers. We tried all sort of adaptive devices — metal forms that would hold my wrist straight. We tried velcro wraps to
hold my hand to the bow. Nothing worked. Then, in 1995, a man named Jerry Goff came up with a device that could hold a bow at full draw, and New York passed legislation allowing such devices. The device, called a Draw Loc, worked fabulously for me. I was bowhunting again — and I’ve since taken a number of deer with my adapted bow. But, it does have limitations. Fortunately for me I do have some use of my left hand, allowing me to at least grasp the bow. Others, like amputees, are not as lucky. It also is awkward to hold a bow at full draw all the time. It gets very tiring, even from a sitting position, and some people simply do not have the arm or shoulder strength to do so or even hoist a bow. So, why block these individuals from filling their bow tag by using a crossbow? The use of crossbows is now allowed in some capacity in all but two states — and 18 states have provisions allowing physically-challenged hunters to use them during regular archery seasons. Many provinces in Canada are the same. In fact, I leave in just a few short week’s to hunt in Manitoba, where I am allowed to use a crossbow with my handicapped archer permit.
Some bowhunter groups — such as New York Bowhunters Inc. — have lobbied hard against the use of crossbows, even among the physically-challenged, arguing its use would open the flood gates on applications from people perfectly capable of using a traditional bow. That’s like saying we shouldn’t issue handicapped parking passes to people in wheelchairs because able-bodied people may abuse the right. Why punish the disabled simply to control permit abuse? It seems to me this could be controlled through strict screening during the permitting process itself. Bowhunter groups also argue the use of crossbows would fill the woods with hunters during archery season — a time they have historically enjoyed to themselves. But, the statistics don’t seem to support the argument. In nearby Pennsylvania, for example, where crossbows have been allowed since 2009 for anyone possessing an archery license, the number of hunters has remained unchanged. Granted bowhunters harvested a few more deer with crossbows — most likely because of their accuracy — but is that such a bad thing? I’d dare say less deer were wounded, and tags are issued to be filled.
And, let’s face it, unless you hunt with a traditional recurve — there is little that remains “primitive” about today’s compounds. My compound bow, for example, because of its power stroke (the distance the bow string travels from full draw to rest position), is actually much faster than my crossbow. It’s quieter, and I get better groups at 40 yards with it than I do my crossbow. I’ll be the first to admit it usually is my weapon of choice during the archery season. I chose the crossbow for Manitoba, however, because it is easier to shoot given my physical limitations — especially in cold weather when my hand basically becomes a useless appendage at the end of my left arm with little to no mobility. I’m not sure how anyone could in good conscience tell someone with a similar physical limitation they cannot bowhunt, with or without a crossbow — all in the name of somehow preserving the “purity of the sport.”
John Gereau is managing editor of Denton Publications and a proud member of the Physically Challenged Bowhunters of America. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Biggest Loser contestants weigh in By Sarah L. Cronk firstname.lastname@example.org PLATTSBURGH — Forty people are now on their way to changing their lives for the better. The North Country’s Biggest Loser contestants have been weighed in, and have now begun the six-month journey towards losing weight and living healthier lives. “We gave out safely hundreds of applications,” said Plattsburgh’s superintendent of recreation Steve Peters. “But, the application is long and a bit arduous and you need to visit the doctor and that narrowed the field based on motivation.” The new contestants first met Sept. 25, following the Plattsburgh Start! Heart Walk. “We have … a wonderful cross section of the North Country,” Peters said. “We’re rep-
resenting white collar, blue collar, men, women. People who have gone through life and been successful, but still have these challenges. People who are just in the beginning phases of their careers and still have these challenges.” “We picked a lot of great people,” he added. “It should be a very dynamic group and we should see some interesting results.” The group’s youngest contestant is teenager Taylor Larsen from Peru, who applied for the Biggest Loser with encouragement from her parents. “I was really hesitant for awhile,” she said. “The last week I decided to hand in my application just because I thought it would be cool to do. And, I don’t regret it. It was a good choice.” Although Larsen has always been aware of how much she weighs, she never considered doing something about it. Now, she’s hoping
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to lose about 100 pounds and try out for softball in the spring at Peru Central School. Prior to the first workout, which was held Oct. 4, Larsen admitted she was a little hesitant about what the day would hold. “I don’t know what to expect,” she said. “I see it on TV and they’re all hardcore the first few weeks and it just gets worse.” For other young people, Larsen advises they approach weight loss head on and not to wait until health problems begin setting in. “I want to do it before I get into any health risks,” she said. The group’s contestant with the most to lose is 33-year-old Bill Roberts, who said he hopes to lose more than 200 pounds, although he will let his body decide what he can handle. Roberts is facing his second major attempt at weight loss. He first lost 80 pounds through the Weight Watchers program, but after severely breaking his arm, he had to take a break and the weight came back on. “I want to get back on track as far as my weight loss,” he said. “The second main reason [for joining the Biggest Loser] has to do with my nephew. He’s in junior high now and I see him going down the same path I did at that age with weight and the lack of activity and improper eating habits.” As far as the first workout, Roberts said he was “excited.” “I have been in the gym setting before, but in this setting here, I have people who are in the same situation I am,” explained Roberts. “I think we can have fun, I think we can push each other, and I’m looking forward to the relationships we’re going to form here in this group.” For other people looking to lose weight, Roberts said the first step has to be taken by themselves. “They can’t be pushed into it,” he said. “[It’s] something they have to want to do deep down, and until they decide they want to do this for themselves, they’re not going to have success.” The new group of contestants also brought in a mother-daughter duo who had conflict-
Kaitlyn Hildwein looks on as her mother, Lisa Nelson, weighs in for the first time as a North Country Biggest Loser contestant. Photo by Jeremiah S. Papineau
ing thoughts about the first official workout. “I’m pumped,” said 20-year-old Kaitlyn Hildwein, while her mother, Lisa Nelson, said, “I’m terrified.” Hildwein explained, “I’m sick of being overweight and my mom is, too, so we’re doing this together.” Hildwein and Nelson tried losing weight together in the past through the Weight Watchers program, but didn’t care for it. “I was younger and I think I was more selfconscious about my appearance,” said Hildwein. “I felt the group wasn’t very supportive. The first day coming here, I felt ‘Wow, okay, I don’t feel embarrassed about having to stand up in front of 40 people and say this is why I’m here and this is why I think I’m here.’” As for working together, Nelson said, “It’ll be really helpful to have her to call.”
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Girls just want to have fun By Anayely Garcia Special to Denton Publications PLATTSBURGH — With long days full of cooking, taking care of families and managing a career, many women often look forward to letting off some steam and unwind with their favorite girlfriends while enjoying a good laugh. “Girls Night Out is an evening dedicated to women’s wellness, and it’s in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month,” said Sandra Geddes, manager of community outreach at the Foundation of CVPH. It’s an event that has been happening for more than 10 years. This year, Girls Night Out will take place Tuesday, Oct. 12, in the
E. Giltz Auditorium in Hawkins Hall, at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. The event will feature two show times at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. “Our keynote speaker is usually someone humorous that appeals to the femininity of the crowd in terms of careers, husbands, and family routines that we have to go through as we get older as women,” said Geddes. The night will feature national stand-up comic Carol Hughes presenting “The Skewed Views of Mrs. Hughes.” Hughes travels across the country and has performed in the 2008 Winnipeg Comedy Festival in Winnipeg, Canada, and the The Hollywood Improv Lab in Hollywood, Calif., according to her Web site, www.mrshugh-
es.com. Cardiothoracic surgeon Dr. Anne Cahill from Champlain Valley Cardiotoracic Surgeons will also highlight the night with her presentation of “Your Heart, Your Life.” Plattsburgh’s own troupe of breast cancer survivors, The Boobie Sisters, will also perform for both show times. During the 7:30 p.m. show, the Boobie Prize winner will be presented to a person or group that has made a serious impact in the fight against breast cancer in the community. “We bring in the speakers, coordinate the evening and the proceeds we get basically go back to the foundation to pay for the speakers the following year,” explained Geddes. “It’s not meant to be a fundraiser;
it’s more to bring women of the North Country together.” This year ’s Girls Night Out will also feature WPTZ News Channel 5 personality Stephanie Gorin as the master of ceremonies. Along with the featured presentations, local restaurants will be supporting the event by offering a 10 percent discount to Girls Night Out ticket holders the night of the event, explained Geddes. Tickets may be purchased for $15 each at various locations including the CVPH Medical Center front desk and the Angell College Center at SUNY Plattsburgh. For more information, visit www.cvph.org or call the Foundation of CVPH at 562-7168. “It’s really just a night to get together with your girlfriends,” added Geddes. “People that attend year after year come back.” Anayely Garcia is an intern with the State University of New York at Plattsburgh.
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Hoffman withdraws, endorses Doheny PLATTSBURGH — Candidate Doug Hoffman has withdrawn from the race for New York’s 23rd Congressional District and has thrown his support behind primary winner Matt Doheny. In a statement issued Tuesday morning, Hoffman said it was never his intent to split the Republican vote in November and said the GOP needs to unite in its effort to gain control of Congress. While it is too late to have his name removed from the ballot on the Conservative Party Line, Hoffman is urging his supporters to vote for Doheny. “It was never my intention to split the Republican vote in the 23rd District. So, today, I withdraw as a candidate from this race,” Hoffman stated. “Under New York State Election Law my name cannot be removed from the Conservative Party line
on the ballot. However, I strongly urge and request that my supporters not vote for me and certainly not vote for the Democrat or Working Families Party candidate.” “Matt Doheny and I may have differed on some issues during the course of our primary race. Now, we must put those differences aside and do what is best for our nation. So, today, I am asking all my supporters to cast their vote for Matt Doheny on Election Day, November 2nd,” he said. Hoffman, a Saranac Lake-based accounting firm owner, had pledged to stay in the race on the Conservative Party line after narrowly losing to Doheny, a Watertown investor, in the Sept. 23 Republican primary. Doheny will now face incumbent Democrat William L. Owens, a Plattsburgh
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PLATTSBURGH — If it’s got arms or legs — or even loosely related to that theme — chances are it’ll be up for grabs at the Arms and Legs Auction. The annual event, hosted by the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts, will celebrate its sixth year of raising money for the nonprofit organization’s arts programs next Saturday, Oct. 16. Leigh C. Mundy, president of the NCCCA board of trustees, said the auction has been a successful fundraiser for the cultural center since she suggested it six years ago. “When I came here and joined the board, they were looking for a really good fundraiser. So, I suggested Arms and Legs, a fundraiser I did for an arts organization in West Virginia.” The auction, which typically consists of furniture such as chairs, tables and coat racks — basically “anything with arms and legs,” said Mundy — has been successful each year. “On a good year, we’ve made $14,000 and on a notso-good year, we’ve made $10,000,” said Mundy. “It’s a good chunk of change.” However, Mundy doesn’t want those figures to deter someone from coming to Arms and Legs. Despite the name, the event isn’t looking for an arm or a leg when people bid on items up for auction, she said. “Some pieces go for $30 and some go for $500. And, it’s not how good the chair is. It depends on the audience who wants that piece,” said Mundy. “There’s really no rhyme or reason ... If these pieces were going up for bid in New York City or Santa Fe, they would probably be going for thousands.”
Leigh C. Mundy, president of the North Country Cultural Center for the Arts board of trustees, holds the basin of a birdbath decorated by Judy Guglielmo. The complete piece will be up for bid at the annual Arms and Legs Auction next Saturday, Oct. 16, at the Strand Theatre on Brinkerhoff Street in Plattsburgh. Photo by Jeremiah S. Papineau
Many items have started to pour in for the live auction, which will be conducted by auctioneer Stephen Martin and assistant Wendy Murnane. “One of the many beautiful things that’s come in so far is a piece by Judy Guglielmo,” said Mundy. “It’s a birdbath she’s painted with such vibrant colors. It’s absolutely stunning.” “We’ve got another piece, a natural wood table by Jackie Sabourin that’s something you’ll never find anything like, except at this auction,” added Mundy. The Arms and Legs Auction will be held at the Strand Theatre on Brinkerhoff Street, beginning with the silent auction and serving of food catered by the Great Adirondack Soup Company at 6 p.m. The live auction will follow at 7 p.m. Steven Frederick will serve
as emcee for the event. Tickets for the event are $20 in advance, available at the NCCCA, 23 Brinkerhoff St. Admission at the door will be $25. The cost of admission includes food, open bar and a bidder card. “Even if you don’t want to bid on anything, it’s a good deal in general,” said Mundy, noting ticket proceeds also benefit the cultural center. “Although, I always get one or two pieces myself. They’re all over my house.” The pieces donated for Arms and Legs will be shown at the cultural center Monday, Oct. 11, through Friday, Oct. 15. Surrogate bids will be accepted during that time for those unable to attend the event. For more information, contact the NCCCA at 5631604 or visit www.plattsburgharts.org.
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Paranormal Expo to take over rec center next Saturday email@example.com PLATTSBURGH — The Northern New York Paranormal Research Society and the City of Plattsburgh Recreation Department are doing it again. The two organizations are bringing back the Northern New York Paranormal Expo next Saturday, Oct. 16, to the City of Plattsburgh Recreation Center. The event, now in its second year, was in high demand from visitors to the inaugural event last October, said NNYPRS founder and president Merrill McKee. “Our goal was to get about 500 people there last year, but we surpassed that with about 900,” said McKee. “I was ecstatic. I was very happy with the response.” This year ’s expo will feature many of the same kinds of vendors as last year, said McKee, offering books about hauntings, new age products, tarot cards and other items that pique interest of those interested in the paranormal. The expo will once again feature guest speakers
from across the region and the Northeast, said McKee. Among the speakers will be David Pitkin of Saratoga Springs, an author of numerous books on hauntings in New York and throughout New England; Vermont author and radio commentator Joe Citro, and Dan Lowenski, a speaker at last year ’s expo. “Last year, Dan discussed UFOs. This year, he’s presenting a talk called ‘The Ark of the Covenant: Movies, Mystery and Myth,’” said McKee. “He’s done a lot of research on the ark and its representation in movies. He’s even built a life-size replica of the ark.” The NNYPRS investigation team will also be on-hand to discuss the investigation process, which McKee said people found “very interesting” at last year ’s expo. “People always want to know more about the equipment the NNYPRS uses,” said McKee. “So, some of our team will be talking about that, what we use it for and the equipment our tech guys have even created.” McKee said with the expanded
offering at this year ’s event, he anticipates attendance will be even greater. “I think we’re really going to have even more people turn out this year. A lot of people have been asking us to do it again,” said McKee. “It’s gotten bigger than we expected.” And, McKee groups himself in with those counting the days down to the event. “I’m looking forward to it,” said McKee. “Not only because it’s going to be fun, but because it’s always a good thing for our group to show people who we are and what we do.” The expo will be held next Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission will be $6 for adults at the door and $4 for City Recreation Center gym members, students with a college ID, and senior citizens. Children 12 and younger will be admitted free. Attendees can receive $1 off the price of admission for bringing a nonperishable food item to be donated to local food pantries. For more information, contact McKee at 651-315 or visit www.nnyprs.com/expo.htm.
A woman receives a psychic reading from ESP Readings by Marguerite during last year’s Northern New York Paranormal Expo, presented by the Northern New York Paranormal Research Society and the City of Plattsburgh Recreation Department. The expo returns this year to the recreation department Saturday, Oct. 16. File photo
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Friday, Oct. 8 AU SABLE FORKS — Library book sale, Au Sable Forks Free Library, 9 Church Lane, 4-6 p.m. CHAZY — Bell's Corn Maze open, 499 Ratta Road, 6-9 p.m. Include hayrides to pumpkin patch. Cost $5, children 4 and under free. 846-8586. ELLENBURG DEPOT — Tony Vacca’s World Rhythms Ensemble concert, NAC, 5572 Route 11, 7 p.m. Free, donations accepted.
Saturday, Oct. 9 PLATTSBURGH — Plattsburgh Farmers and Crafters Market, Durkee Street Pavilion, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 493-6761 or www.plattsburghfarmersandcraftersmarket.com. AU SABLE FORKS — Library book sale, Au Sable Forks Free Library, 9 Church Lane, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. LAKE PLACID — 10th annual Flaming Leaves Festival, Olympic Jumping Complex, 5486 Cascade Road, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. WESTPORT — 4-H Standardbred Horse Clinic featuring Terry Holden, Essex County Fairgrounds, 3 Sisco St., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. RSVP by Oct. 6. 962-4810 ext. 403. CHAZY — Bell's Corn Maze open, 499 Ratta Road, 12-9 p.m. Include hayrides to pumpkin patch. Cost $5, children 4 and under free. 846-8586. PLATTSBURGH — Meet the Men’s Cardinals Soccer Team, SUNY Plattsburgh Field House, 167 Rugar St., 1 p.m. 565-4750. PLATTSBURGH — Public skating, SUNY Plattsburgh Field House, 167 Rugar St., 1:30-2:45 p.m. PLATTSBURGH — “The Witches,” Plattsburgh Public Library, 19 Oak St., 2 p.m. 563-0921. ROUSES POINT — Scrabble Club’s first meeting, Dodge Memorial Library, 144 Lake St., 2-4 p.m. 297-6242. PLATTSBURGH — NAMI: CV ar t
show, Breaking Through the Clouds, opening reception, North Country Cultural Center for the Arts, 23 Brinkerhoff St., 5-7 p.m. 563-1604. WILLSBORO — Astronomy and Pizza Slam, Pok-O-MacCready Outdoor Education Center, 1391 Reber Road, 6:30-9 p.m. $8 per person or $20 for a group of three. 963-7967. PLATTSBURGH — Second Saturday Cinema, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Plattsburgh, 4 Palmer St., 7 p.m. Call561-6920 for title. CHAMPLAIN — Nor thern Lights Square and Round Dance Club meets, Northeastern Clinton Central School, 103 State Route 276, 7:30-10 p.m. Caller and cuer Carl Trudo. 298-4599. WHALLONSBURG — “The Ghost Writer,” Whallonsburg Grange Hall, 1610 State Route 22, 8 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 10 CHAMPLAIN — Annual all-you-caneat pancake breakfast, Champlain Fire Department, 162 Elm St., 7 a.m.-12 p.m. Menu: pancakes, eggs, ham, sausage, homefries, omelettes, toast, coffee, juice, milk. Adults $7, seniors $6, children 5-12 $5, children under 5 free. 298-5500. ELLENBURG CENTER — Brunch, Order of the Eastern Star Hall, 11 Brandy Brook Road, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Menu: bacon, sausage, eggs, homefries, toast, homemade pastries, orange/tomato juices, coffee, tea, milk. Adults $7, children 5-12 $3.50, children under 5 free. 492-2012. PLATTSBURGH — Mary Hulbert Community Garden ground breaking, 430 Cornelia St., 10 a.m. LAKE PLACID — 10th annual Flaming Leaves Festival, Olympic Jumping Complex, 5486 Cascade Road, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. DANNEMORA — Roast Turkey Harvest Dinner, St. Joseph’s Parish, 179 Smith St., 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Adults $8, ages 5-10 $5 and under 5 free. Take-outs available. 293-7768 or 563-0828.
CHAZY — Bell's Corn Maze open, 499 Ratta Road, 12-5 p.m. Include hayrides to pumpkin patch. Cost $5, children 4 and under free. 846-8586. PLATTSBURGH — Public skating, SUNY Plattsburgh Field House, 167 Rugar St., 1:30-2:45 p.m. SARANAC LAKE — Community potluck and music jam, First Presbyterian Church, 57 Church St., 5-7 p.m. LAKE PLACID — Skating Club of Lake Placid registration, Lake Placid Olympic Center, 2634 Main St., 5-6 p.m. 523-5947.
Monday, Oct. 11 (Columbus Day) PLATTSBURGH — Scrabble game, Seniors Citizens Council of Clinton County Senior Center, 5139 N. Catherine St., 9 a.m.-12 p.m. 563-6186, ext. 102. PLATTSBURGH — 115th Memorial Service commemorating the 1776 Battle of Valcour, Clinton Community College administration building, 136 Clinton Point Dr. 11 a.m. ISLE LA MOTTE, Vt. — Annual harvest dinner, St. Anne’s Shrine, 92 Saint Anne’s Road, 11 a.m. ESSEX — Kripalu yoga class, St. John's Church, 4 Church St., 4-5:15 p.m. Cost $10. 962-8414.. LAKE PLACID — Author series with Catherine McKenzie, bestselling author of “Spin,” Cabin in the Northwoods Inn, 2520 Main St., 6:30 p.m. PLATTSBURGH — 40 Days for Life Mid-Point Rally Against Abor tion, Planned Parenthood, 66 Brinkerhoff St., 7 p.m. 593-6024 or 963-7814. CHAZY — Chazy Music Theatre information meeting for spring production of The Drowsy Chaperone, Chazy Central Rural School, 609 Miner Farm Road, 7 p.m.
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Thursday, Oct. 14 BOOKMOBILE STOPS — Beekmantown Senior Housing, 80 O’Neil Road, 1:30-2 p.m.; 39 Hobbs Road, Plattsburgh, 2:15-2:45 p.m.; Champlain Park, end of Oswego Lane, 3:15-4 p.m. WHALLONSBURG — Kripalu yoga class, St. John's Church, 4 Church St., 910:15 a.m. Cost $10. 962-8414. WESTPORT — Story hour, Westport Library, 6 Harris Lane, 10 a.m. 962-8219. PLATTSBURGH — Rummage sale, Plattsburgh United Methodist Church, 127 Beekman St., 4-7 p.m. 563-2992. PLATTSBURGH — Journey Into Reading, Champlain Centre Mall, 60 Smithfield Blvd., 4:30-6:30 p.m. Reading for children up to age 16 with free book provided. Hosted at center cour t. www.journeyintoreading.org. PLATTSBURGH — Fun Runs, Cumberland Bay State Park, 152 Cumberland Head Road, 5 p.m. registration time, 5:15 p.m. start time. 565-4750. PLATTSBURGH — “For Love of the Game” Plattsburgh Public Library, 19 Oak St., 6 p.m. 563-0921. UPPER JAY — Heather Morgan presents “How to Prosper: Save and Invest,” Wells Memorial Library, 12230 State Route 9N, 7-8:30 p.m. Donations accepted. 946-2644. PLATTSBURGH — Coast Guard Auxiliary/Plattsburgh Flotilla 15-08 weekly meeting and class, South Plattsburgh Volunteer Fire Depar tment, 4244 State Route 22, 7 p.m. Classes in seamanship and crew qualification. New members welcome. 293-7185. PLATTSBURGH — Nonchalant Gnome Gaming Society meets, United Way of the Adirondack Region building, 75 Tom Miller Road, 7 p.m. Group plays board games. www.gnomegaming.com.
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This week’s theme: “Argot” ACROSS 1 Tot’s call 6 LAX listings 10 Cabbage with crinkly, curled leaves 15 Knopf, e.g.: Abbr. 19 Domingo solos 20 No, to Nureyev 21 Adler who outwitted Sherlock Holmes 22 Capital on Upolu island 23 Width of a freeway exit? 25 Collection of complaints? 27 Ad writer’s award 28 Treacherous place 30 Flips 31 Potentially offensive, in a way 33 TV chef Martin 34 Venerable one 36 Movie buff’s collectible 39 Apartment party? 45 Covert maritime org. 46 Use a towel on 48 Old pros 49 Bradley in uniform 50 “I slept about eight hours”? 53 Indifference to Dr. Dre? 56 “O patria __”: “Aida” aria 57 Bamboozled 58 Deck out 60 No more than 62 Seine views 63 Navigable connection 65 In concert 67 Measure out 69 Mai tai decoration?
72 Scroogean look 76 Former jockey Smith who was married to Fred Astaire in the ‘80s 78 Online exchange 80 Surveyor’s measure 81 Writer Leonard 84 Below, in verse 86 Finished 88 Damone of song 89 Slam dunk component? 92 CBer’s handle? 94 Qatar bigwig 96 Wine opener? 97 Listening to every word 98 Completed 99 Like permissive dog owners? 105 Historic Honolulu palace 107 Sri __ 108 Latin word of affection 109 Author __ Morrow Lindbergh 110 Andean beast 113 Removed with a chisel 117 Generational disconnects 121 Lazy time for Huck Finn? 123 Idiot driving a semi? 125 Long sentence 126 Force 127 “Law & Order: SVU” actor 128 Oak-to-be 129 Remnants 130 Final word 131 Vat sediment 132 Kids
DOWN 1 French grape-skin brandy 2 Hard exam 3 “La Bohème” heroine 4 Plan 5 Maker of the fragrance Opium 6 Silly bit 7 Record-setting miler Jim 8 Aptly named flight 9 Edberg of tennis 10 Paddock parent 11 Disappearing sea 12 Family feud 13 N.Y. neighbor 14 Violinist Menuhin 15 Sicilian seaport 16 Soon after 17 Cowboys’ city, familiarly 18 Attacks, with “into” 24 In the first place 26 In full bloom 29 Mtge. payment part 32 __ town: recently arrived 35 Make it 36 “The quality of mercy is not strained” speaker 37 Common soccer score 38 Ebert’s longtime co-host 39 On a pension: Abbr. 40 Gabor and others 41 Exercise units 42 Single-named supermodel 43 Get the goods on 44 Cafeteria staple 47 Storage site 51 Pizarro’s treasure 52 Party cheese 53 Back off 54 Med. care provider 55 Hungers 59 Pick on 61 Eat one’s words 64 Clear out 65 Boxing biopic 66 Lipton alternative 68 Unit of pressure 70 Hwy. mishap respondent 71 1939 Garland co-star 73 Steam n’ Mash maker 74 Entered 75 Bride of July ‘81 77 “__ Mir Bist Du Schoen”: 1937 hit 79 Fill, as another’s shoes 81 Sometime 82 Oscar night rental 83 Twice DLII 84 TV alien’s word 85 Green’s sci. 87 Composer Bruckner 90 Abbey resident
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CCC gets first crack at state-of-the-art wind turbine trainer By Jeremiah S. Papineau firstname.lastname@example.org PLATTSBURGH — Clinton Community College is advancing its role as a leader in wind energy and turbine technology education. The college is now in possession of the first and currently only wind simulator training unit for classroom training anywhere in the nation. The new piece of equipment, called the “Turbine Nacelle Troubleshooting Learning System,” or “Nacelle,” was installed in time for the 2010 fall semester but officially unveiled during a press conference at the college Oct. 4. College president John E. Jablonski said the procurement of the training simulator, designed by Amatrol of Jeffersonville, Ind., was “a giant leap forward” for the college’s wind energy and turbine technology program. “[The training simulator] is the first of its kind anywhere,” said Jablonski. “Not the first of its kind in New York State, not the first of its kind at a community college — but the announcement we’re making today is the simulator that we have and are using with our students now is literally the first one anywhere.” “This is an exciting day for Clinton Community College,” added Jablonski. The state-of-the-art training simulator — purchased through funding from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority — is considered a unique training platform designed to replicate the functions of full-size utility scale wind turbines. The simulator is expected to make it more convenient for students to get a look at a typical wind turbine without having to travel to an operational wind turbine for hands-on training. And, hands-on training is “critical” to a properly-trained workforce, said NYSERDA representative Adele Ferranti. “It’s one thing to have the classroom training, but more to have hands-on skills,” said Ferranti. “The participants in these training pro-
Scott Buffett, associate professor with the wind energy and turbine technology program at Clinton Community College, discusses new wind turbine training equipment received by the college with people at a press conference Oct. 4. Photo by Jeremiah S. Papineau
grams are really being taught the basic fundamental skills to develop these services in a very effective manner and in a way these technologies will deliver the energy savings that we’re all expecting.” “I think this is going to be a really critical component for Clinton Community College,” she added. Patrick Cribb of Plattsburgh, a second-year wind energy and turbine technology student, agreed, saying the new training equipment will help provide a closer look for students at tools of the trade on a more frequent basis and less time-consuming manner. “It’s definitely an advantage for the program to have something like this,” he said. “We won’t have to pick up and go to a turbine 30 miles
away when we can get a simulation going of the same thing.” Cribb believes that will help boost the already growing enrollment in the wind energy and turbine technology program which is also first and only one of its kind currently in New York State. In fact, the program has already more than doubled its enrollment from 15 to 31 students from the 2009 to 2010 semesters. “I’m sure it’s just going to continue to increase,” said Cribb. And, for students like Cribb who want to study wind energy close to home, this program will put Clinton Community College on the map, he said. “If I would have had to travel farther to take the program, I may not have done it just given my situation having a family and owning a house,” said Cribb. “It would have been difficult to travel. Definitely, the fact that it’s here helped out a lot.” That’s encouraging news for the business community, said Jody Parks, executive vice president of the Plattsburgh-North Country Chamber of Commerce. “Strengthening the skills of the local workforce will help bring new jobs to the area and it will help existing businesses remain competitive,” said Parks. In addition to funding from NYSERDAfor the equipment, the New York State Department of Labor and NYSERDA provided funding to the college for staff to attend American Wind Energy Association conferences and training for the newly-purchased equipment in Louisville, Ky. Rep. William L. Owens, D-Plattsburgh, who was also in attendance for the press conference, said the equipment purchased with the funding will help Clinton Community College continue to play “a large role in emerging green job markets” while helping enhance the education of North Country students. “These are the kinds of grants that allow institutions like this to grow, to prosper and to, more importantly, serve their communities,” said Owens.
New club is all fun and games By Sarah L. Cronk email@example.com ROUSES POINT — There’s a new club bringing some friendly competition to the Dodge Memorial Library. After six people participated in the Literacy Volunteers of Clinton County’s Scrabble for Literacy competition at Dodge Memorial Library, they decided to keep the game going. “They had a great time and they wanted to meet once a month,” explained library director Donna Boumil. The first official meeting of the Scrabble Club will be this Saturday, Oct. 9, from 2-4 p.m. The club will continue to meet at the same time, the first Saturday of every month. “We encourage anyone who would like to come — from kids to senior citizens,” said Richard Guay, one of the club’s members. Guay explained he originally took part in the competition with his wife, Lisa, because they used to play with his mother-in-law until she passed away. “It’s a good game and it challenges your mind and it’s very interesting and you learn new words,” he said. Boumil said the group will bring in their
own Scrabble sets, but the library will be purchasing a Scrabble dictionary for the club to utilize. “They were very serious, but they also have a lot of fun,” Boumil said of the players, who come from Chazy, Rouses Point, Mooers and Champlain. Guay agreed the group definitely has some fun. “It’s going to be a good time for family and it’s nonpressure and it’s lots of fun,” he said. “Plus, you meet people in the community. You meet a lot of interesting, nice people.” Boumil hopes the library can be used the same way the Scrabble Club is doing, by bringing more activities to Dodge Memorial after hours. “If any group or organization wants to use the library, they an just contact me and I can make sure it’s available for them to use,” she said. “We’ve had a Stampin’ Up demonstrator use it to host workshops. I’ve had a jewelry representative use it ... They can just give me a call and we can set things up.” If interested in joining the Scrabble Club or hosting an event at the library after hours, contact Boumil at 297-6242.
Scrabble players in the Northern Tier gathered at Dodge Memorial Library in Rouses Point Sept. 18 for the Literacy Volunteers of Clinton County’s Scrabble for Literacy competition. The group will continue to meet on a monthly basis as a Scrabble Club, beginning this Saturday, Oct. 9. Those who participated at the competition are in front from left are, Claire Mastracchio, Lisa Guay, Norma Menard, Jan Letourneau. In back from left are, Karen Christiansen-Acero, Marita Boulos, Richard Guay, Art Menard and Dan Bernard. Photo submitted by Donna Boumil
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Becoming a woman of distinction By Sarah L. Cronk firstname.lastname@example.org PLATTSBURGH — The Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York recently awarded five local women the honor of being “Women of Distinction” for their efforts in the community. On Sept. 30, Megan Borland, Vickie Phaneuf, Angela Spahr, Michelle Hills, and Michelle Menard were given the title as being Women of Distinction, which the Girl Scouts select “based upon their significant contributions to the community, their impact on the lives of those around them, and their example for women of all ages.” Borland, who received the Distinguished Leader of Tomorrow award, is an 11th grader at Lake Placid High School. During her introduction speech by mistress of ceremonies Keela Dates, the Distinguished Emerging Trailblazer recipient of 2009, Dates said, “Unlike many young women her age, Megan carries herself with a confidence and style that’s all her own.
www.northcountryman.com She glows from the inside out and serves as an incredible example for her peers as well as the younger students who spend time with her during tutoring sessions.” In Borland’s acceptance speech, she said it was through all the community service and outreach programs she was involved in that she learned the value of helping others. “As the old saying goes, ‘What goes around, comes around,’” she said. “With every little thing I do for someone else, it comes back 10fold in the joy I see I brought to them and the things I helped them accomplish.” The second recipient of the WOD award was Vickie Phaneuf, who earned the Distinguished Trailblazer award. “From what I’ve learned about Vickie over the past couple of months, she seems to be a true servant to others,” said Dates. “Vickie has held many occupations in the areas of childcare, senior services, mental health services, special events and others too numerous to list.” “Vickie has taken her love for others and desire to learn new skills wherever she goes,” she added. “It seems in Vickie’s eyes every individual is worthy of love and support and she’s constantly trying to learn how to help others.” According to Phaneuf giving to others was never an option for her growing up, it was instead considered a privilege. “My mother made sure that we were involved with as many school activities and organizations as possible,” said Phaneuf. “One of those was Girl Scouts. My memory of walking over the bridge as a Brownie to receive my Girl Scout pin seems like yesterday, and I believe it was the start of a true leadership role.” Angela Spahr received the Distinguished Community Leader award. Spahr is involved in
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numerous activities including scouting, community, church and school services. “To say Angela is a passionate person would be an understatement,” said Dates. “Her tireless dedication to everything she is involved in is just incredible. She seems to have some sort of superhuman strength which propels her from her home … to school where she works in the 12th grade resource room as a consultant teacher, as well as serving on numerous committees, helping with various projects, to church where she is a Sunday school teacher as well as a team group advisor, to whatever event she is organization, for whichever charity she is focusing on helping at the moment. She is truly Superwoman.” For Spahr, a quote from Mohandas Ghandi summed up why she does all she does. “’We must be the change we want to see in the world,’” Spahr quoted. “We really do need to, because we are far away from our future. We’re taking this planet. We need to give it back in better condition than it is now. So, do something.” The second Distinguished Community Leader award went to Michelle Hills who is an active member on many community planning and development committees such as Mobilizing for Action, Planning and Partnership Committee, the Action for Health Subcommittee, Eat Well/Play Hard Partnership, Mental Health Subcommittee, and the Saranac River Trail Project. “Although being involved in Girl Scouts is certainly not a prerequisite for this or any other Woman of Distinction award, Michelle has been surrounded by the culture of Girl Scouts her whole life,” explained Dates. “She learned many skills from being a part of Girl Scouts that has served her well and she loves to pass the knowl-
edge on to other young people.” During her speech, Hills said she was just 10 years old when she had her first volunteer experience. “I road my bike five miles and I raised $15 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation,” Hills recalled. “I was overjoyed when I crossed the finish line because I knew in my heart I had just made a difference in the life of another kid. I knew that kid would probably never ride a bike and would possibly die at a young age. I was grateful for the gift of the lesson.” The final award of the evening went to Michelle Menard, who received the Distinguished Personal Achievement award. According to Menard’s biography provided by the Girl Scouts, she is “excelling in a field traditionally dominated by men.” She is currently the only woman on the Operations Analysts Team of Casella Waste Home Office Team, and often gives back to the community as a way of “re-energizing” herself. “As many of you from Plattsburgh know, [Michelle] has been challenged by the transition from her family-run business of Northern Sanitation to the corporate world of Casella Waste Management,” Dates said. “Through it all she has proven she is capable of doing anything and everything that businessmen can do.” “We are all created equally,” said Menard in her speech. “But, when it comes to being a woman, we tend to have to stand up for ourselves and then push ourselves to grow in business, in our lives, in our journey today. We choose that path.” ON THE COVER: Five women were recently honored with the Women of Distinction award by the Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York. They are, from left, Michelle Menard, Angela Spahr, Megan Borland, Michelle Hills, and Vickie Phaneuf. Photo by Sarah L. Cronk
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Local students take part in Ag Career Day By Sarah L. Cronk email@example.com CHAZY — In a region of numerous farms, many students may think their only career option in the agricultural field would be farming. However, Cornell Cooperative Extension and the William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute proved there is so much more. On Oct. 1, students in grades 6 through 10 at Beekmantown, Brushton-Moriah, Chateaugay, Chazy, Northern Adirondack, Northeastern Clinton, Peru, and Saranac central schools gathered at the research institute for the second Ag Career Day. According to CCE’s 4H youth development educator Alexa King, the goal was “to introduce our area high school and middle school students to a wide-range of careers they can do in agriculture and to focus on all the local opportunities.” The first Ag Career Day was held two years ago, with an attendance of about 40 kids. King said this year ’s event was much larger, with an estimated 250 students participating. The idea originally began two years ago by CCE. The institute was brought into the planning because they were considered a “natural partner,” according to King. “We all have very similar goals in this area,”
Students learn about the Eat Smart New York program from Cornell Cooperative Extension from Jordy Kivett, a nutrition program educator. Photo by Sarah L. Cronk
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In Cody’s memory Tommy Jubert and Joy Sarbou-Jubert take off from North End Harley Davidson in Plattsburgh for the memorial bike ride of Cody Sarbou, Joy’s son, Sept. 26. Cody passed away July 24, at the age of 21. The event brought attracted more than 85 bikers and raised a total of $6,800, which will be used for memorial scholarships in Cody’s name at Saranac Central School.
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Homecoming From page 1 faculty behind the event have added a bonfire and 5K run to the weekend’s festivities as a means of drawing in more people from the community. “We’re trying to draw as many people as possible,” said Ernie Rock, a member of the high school’s junior class and student council president. “We want to make homecoming a more community-wide event,” added Linzee Wright, a sophomore and student council representative Each year, homecoming weekend has centered around the high school’s varsity football game, homecoming dance and downtown parade. However, this year, organizers wanted to take a more expanded focus. “We’ve wanted to do more to get people involved,” said sophomore class advisor Beth Ann Lozier, “but the problem is we start school in the second week of September and then, within five weeks, we have homecoming. So, it’s a lot of planning at once, but the kids have been great.” The schedule has been meticulously planned out, starting with the community bonfire to the right of the varsity football field Friday, Oct. 15, beginning at 8:15 p.m. The bonfire, which will be overseen by the Peru Volunteer Fire Department, will include entertainment by the high school band and cheerleaders. Admission will be free and snacks will be sold to benefit the high school student council. “It’ll be a great way to gather with friends the night before homecoming and have a great time,” said Rock. The following morning, Saturday, Oct. 16, the school spirit continues with the 5K run, said Wright. Registration will take place at the Peru Intermediate School cafeteria “bright and early” at 8 a.m., with the race to follow at 9 a.m. The run will follow the same route as the Peru Lions Club Turkey Trot, which starts at the in-
termediate school, travels north on Pleasant Street to Mannix Road and loops back to the school by Old Town Road and River Road. That event is one in which Wright hopes more than just the Peru community participates, she said. “We’re hoping other schools come, too,” said Wright, adding schools from districts across the county have been invited. Prizes will be awarded for specific age groups, added Wright, and the $10 registration fee will benefit the high school student council and class of 2013. The high school’s annual homecoming parade will follow at 12:30 p.m., leaving the intermediate school parking lot and heading east on Pleasant Street to Main Street. The highly-anticipated event will include floats from each of the four high school classes and include participants from the school’s student council and parent-teacher association, said Lozier. “The theme of this year ’s parade will be music genres, so each class has chosen a genre and is building a float to represent that,” she explained. “It’s kind of a competition.” The float building is only a part of the competition that will be seen next week as part of the school’s Spirit Week, which will include window painting in the high school cafeteria by the students. “Spirit Week is the best week of school. It’s the craziest, but it’s the best,” said Wright. “Everybody’s excited.” Everything will lead up to the varsity football team’s home game against Plattsburgh High School that Saturday at 1:30 p.m. and homecoming dance at 7 p.m. But, bringing the bonfire and 5K into the mix only adds to the excitement, said Wright. “I think it’s going to be awesome,” said Wright. “It’s going to be well worth the time we’re putting into it.” Lozier said next weekend could be the start of a new tradition for the community. “We’d like these to become annual events if they’re a hit this year,” said Lozier.
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World-class music comes to Northern Adirondack By Sarah L. Cronk email@example.com ELLENBURG DEPOT — Northern Adirondack Central School music teacher Brian Baker enjoys bringing world-class music to the community. Now, he needs the community to help keep the music alive. Last school year, Baker brought Tuvan throat singers Alash to the school, and this Friday, Oct. 8, he’ll bring Tony Vacca’s World Rhythms Ensemble. “When I found out the money that was there last year wasn’t going to be there this year, I got really concerned,” explained Baker of budget cuts. “But, [Vacca] has offered to come up and play this concert, knowing that we might not be able to pay him for it right away.”
“It really is kind of a leap of faith effort on both our parts,” he added. Vacca’s ensemble won’t be the only ones on stage that night, however. “He’s going to do a workshop with the kids in school and then the kids will also perform at the concert that evening,” said Baker. Baker said for those who have never heard Vacca and his ensemble, they can be described as “a wall of sound.” “It’s just an awesome rhythm,” he explained. “It’s like a wall of instruments, of percussion ... He blends the world rhythm instruments in with modern instruments as well.” According to Vacca’s Web site, www.tonyvacca.com, the sound of the ensemble is a blend of jazz, world music, and spoken word. “Combing elements of traditional African and Afro-Cuban rhythms with the American-
born tradition of innovation, they create a sound that is simultaneously elegant and slamming,” states the Web site. “It’s the hypnotic and powerful sound of giant WestAfrican balafons; the urban bite of a jazz saxophone; the dreamy lyricism of electric violin; the funk and magic of electric bass like you’ve never heard. All mixed well with a world of rhythm and some blow-your-mind spectacular percussion.” Baker, who saw Vacca in concert two years ago in Potsdam with a small group of students, said the performance is something different for people in the area to see. “You don’t get that chance very often,” he said. “He brings in these world-class musicians from Senegal, West Africa. How often do you get to see Senegalese dancing along with rhythm instruments performing a dance ensemble from West Africa? It’s just something
I don’t think a lot of people would get to see otherwise.” Although the concert, which will begin at 7 p.m., is free to the public, Baker said he feels the event is a fundraiser for the arts department, and he’s hoping people will leave donations. “There seem to be a lot of people that showed interest in the last concert,” said Baker. “I guess I would make an appeal to those people and say if they want to see more concerts like that in the future, please come and support the arts department at NAC.” “I would like to bring more events like this to our community so people can enjoy it,” he added. For more information about the concert, contact NAC at 594-3986.
Death Notices Maryann K. Keenan, 73 PERU — Maryann K. Keenan, 73, died Oct. 1, 2010 at her home under the care of her family and Hospice of the North Country. A funeral Mass was held Oct. 4 at St. Augustine’s Church, Peru, with the Rev. Alan D. Shnob officiating. Burial will be private and at the convenience of the family. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be made to the family on-line www.hamiltonfuneralhome.com. Donations in Keenan’s memory may be made to Masses in her memory or the charity of one’s choice.
James J. Young, 68 PERU — James J.Young, 68, died Sept. 29, 2010, at his home under the care of his family and Hospice of the North Country. Calling hours will be held Saturday, Oct. 9, from 2-5 p.m. at Hamilton Funeral Home, 294 Mannix Road, Peru. Hamilton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be made to the family on-line www.hamiltonfuneralhome.com. Donations in Young’s memory may be made to Hospice of the North Country, 358 Tom Miller Road, Plattsburgh N.Y. 12901.
Beverly A. Ero, 67 PERU — Beverly A. Ero, 67, died Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010, at her home under the care of her daughter and Hospice of the North Country. A memorial Mass was held Oct. 2 at St. John’s Church, Keeseville, with the Msgr. Leeward J. Poissant, officiating. Burial followed in the parish cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be made to the family on-line www.hamiltonfuneralhome.com.
Ronald D. Ryan, 76
PORT KENT — Ronald D. Ryan, 76, died Sept. 24, 2010, at CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh with his family by his side. A memorial Mass was held Sept. 28 at St. John’s Church, Keeseville, with the Msgr. Leeward J. Poissant, officiating. Committal prayers, full military honors, and
burial followed in Port Douglas Cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be made to the family on-line www.hamiltonfuneralhome.com. Donations in Ryan’s memory may be made to the Keeseville Volunteer Fire Department, 8 Pleasant St., Keeseville, N.Y. 12944.
William L. Benware, Jr., 84 PERU — William L. Benware Jr., 84, died Sept. 28, 2010, at Meadowbrook Healthcare in Plattsburgh. A funeral Mass was held Oct. 1 at St. John’s Church, Keeseville, with the Msgr. Leeward J. Poissant, officiating. Committal prayers, full military honors, and burial followed in St. John’s Cemetery, Keeseville. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be made to the family on-line www.hamiltonfuneralhome.com. Donations in Benware’s memory may be made to the Keeseville Volunteer Fire Department, 8 Pleasant St., Keeseville, N.Y. 12944; youth programs at the Chesterfield Fish & Game Club in care of Cal Coolidge, 284 Glen Road, Jay, N.Y. 12941; or the Benware-Benoit Fund in care of Malone Community Fund, 43 Golf Course Road, Malone, N.Y. 12953.
Connie Martineau Cross, 72 PORT KENT — Connie Martineau Cross, 72, died Sept.21, 2010, at her home under the care of High Peaks Hospice and with her family by her side. Burial was private and at the convenience of the family at the Port Kent Cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be made to the family on-line www.hamiltonfuneralhome.com. Donations in Cross’ memory may be made to the charity of one’s choice.
Loretta M. Parker, 86 CHAMPLAIN — Loretta M. Parker, 86, died Sept. 28, 2010, at CVPH Medical Center in Plattsburgh. Arrangements were with Ross Funeral Home, Mooers. A funeral service was held Oct. 2 in the chapel of Ross Funeral Home, with the Rev. James Delbel officiating. Interment was in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Champlain.
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Safety Rules for Hunters MOST HUNTING RELATED INCIDENTS INVOLVE MEMBERS OF THE SAME HUNTING PARTY. Virtually all such shootings are preventable through safe gun handling and careful shooting. Each hunter can help other hunters avoid mistakes by wearing hunter orange, carefully planning each hunt, and insisting that all members of the hunting party follow the following five simple safety rules:
TREE STAND HUNTING TIPS
Even with the disadvantages and hazards, tree stands are popular and productive, especially for bowhunters. If you do choose to use one, here are some tips to help get the most out of your arboreal hunting experience. HUNT DEER, NOT TREES. Find the deer • Assume every gun is loaded, and first. Look for trails, droppings, feeding and unload guns when not in use. bedding areas and other deer signs, then • Control the muzzle, and keep it find a tree within easy shooting pointed in a safe direction. range that will put you in a good • Keep your trigger finger off the location relative to the wind. trigger until you are ready to shoot. USE A STURDY, PORTABLE • Be sure of your target and beyond. STAND. Permanent stands nailed into • Wear hunter orange. trees are dumb and deadly. They give away your secret hunting spots to anybody “Following the five simple safety rules will who sees them. They are difficult to move prevent all hunting related shooting incidents. when deer change their trails a few feet. Ugly Every hunter learns these rules when they take the boards and spikes that ruin chain saws make safety course required for all new hunters,” landowners mad. The worst is that they rot. Commissioner Crotty said.” As a graduate of New WEAKENED WOODEN STEPS AND STANDS York State’s Sportsman Education Course, I KILL AND CRIPPLE HUNTERS. Even pressure appreciate the efforts of over 3,000 dedicated treated wood gets a dangerous slippery growth. DEC volunteers who teach it. Thanks to KNOW THE RULES. On state lands, it is illegal to them, we now have a very safety place nails or other hardware into trees, or to build conscious generation of hunters.” permanent structures, such as tree stands, platforms and blinds. On private lands, it is illegal to cut or remove trees or other plants, or to cut limbs or damage bark (such as from putting up blinds or tree stands, or cutting shooting lanes or trails) without the landowner’s permission. DON’T GO TOO HIGH. Remember that the higher you go, the smaller the vital zone on a deer becomes. And the likelihood of a serious injury escalates if you fall from high up. Usually, 15 to 20 feet is high enough. USE A SAFETY BELT FOR CLIMBING. Most falls happen when going up and down the tree, and in and out of the stand. Good commercial climbing belts are available. NEVER TRY TO CARRY GUNS OR BOWS UP AND DOWN TREES. They get in the way of safe climbing; they get dropped; and climbing with guns can result in hunters shooting themselves. Always use a rope to raise and lower bows and guns -- Unloaded. AS SOON AS YOU GET IN A TREE STAND -- STRAP IN. A body harness is better than a plain safety belt, but a belt is a whole lot better than nothing. If you just have a safety belt, attach it high - around your chest - to avoid injury from the belt if you fall. A short tether connecting you to the tree to prevent a fall is safer than a long one to catch you after a fall. Also, a short tether can make you a better shot. It lets you concentrate on shooting instead of balancing. FRIENDLY REMINDERS CAN SAVE LIVES Hunters who see a partner’s finger inside the trigger guard when he or she is not shooting or a barrel momentarily swinging in an unsafe direction owe it to themselves and their companions to remind them or proper safety rules.
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WEAR HUNTER ORANGE CLOTHING SO THAT OTHER HUNTERS CAN SPOT YOU Wearing Hunter Orange Saves Lives: The effectiveness of fluorescent or blaze orange safety clothing speaks for itself. About 80 percent of big game hunters in New York State put the odds in their favor by wearing orange. Over the past 10 years, 15 New York State big game hunters have been mistaken for deer and killed, and every one of those victims was from the small minority of hunters who did not wear hunter orange. A 16 year old hunter who did not wear hunter orange also was killed in the line of fire when another hunter shot a deer. Even though hunter orange is highly visible to humans, studies show that deer are not alarmed by it.
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MORE TIPS FOR HUNTERS: TAKE CARE EVEN WHEN NOT SHOOTING: In recent years, nearly half of deer hunting-related shooting incidents resulted from unintentional discharges, that is, when people were not shooting. DEC safety experts urge hunters to practice constant muzzle control, keeping the safety on at all times and fingers outside the trigger guard while carrying firearms.
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236.............................................................Altona/Mooers 251................................................................North Creek 293......................................................................Saranac 297..............................................................Rouses Point 298...................................................................Champlain 327.................................................................Paul Smiths 352..............................................................Blue Mt. Lake 358..............................................................Ft. Covington 359................................................................Tupper Lake 483........................................................................Malone 492.................................................................Dannemora 493............................................... ..................West Chazy 494................................................................Chestertown 497................................................................Chateaugay 499.....................................................................Whitehall 523.................................................................Lake Placid 529...........................................................................Moria 532..............................................................Schroon Lake 543.........................................................................Hague 546.......................................................Port Henry/Moriah 547.......................................................................Putnam 561-566..........................................................Plattsburgh 576....................................................Keene/Keene Valley 581,583,584,587...................................Saratoga Springs 582....................................................................Newcomb 585................................................................Ticonderoga 594..........................................................Ellenburg Depot 597................................................................Crown Point 623...............................................................Warrensburg 624...................................................................Long Lake 638............................................................Argyle/Hartford 639......................................................................Fort Ann 642......................................................................Granville 643............................................................................Peru 644............................................................Bolton Landing 647.............................................................Ausable Forks 648.................................................................Indian Lake 654........................................................................Corinth 668...............................................................Lake George 695................................................................Schuylerville 735............................................................Lyon Mountain 746,747...................................Fort Edward/Hudson Falls 743,744,745,748,761,792,793,796,798..........Glens Falls 834...................................................................Keeseville 846..........................................................................Chazy 856.............................................................Dickerson Ctr. 873...................................................Elizabethtown/Lewis 891..............................................................Saranac Lake 942......................................................................Mineville 946..................................................................Wilmington 962......................................................................Westport 963..........................................................Willsboro/Essex
247......................................................................Brandon 372...................................................................Grand Isle 388..................................................................Middlebury 425.....................................................................Charlotte 434....................................................................Richmond 438..............................................................West Rutland 453......................................................Bristol/New Haven 462......................................................................Cornwall 475........................................................................Panton 482...................................................................Hinesburg 545...................................................................Weybridge 655.....................................................................Winooski 658....................................................................Burlington 758.......................................................................Bridport 759.......................................................................Addison 654,655,656,657,658,660,860,862,863,864,865,951,985 ..........................................................................Burlington 877...................................................................Vergennes 769,871,872,878,879................................Essex Junction 893..........................................................................Milton 897...................................................................Shoreham 899......................................................................Underhill 948..........................................................................Orwell 888...................................................................Shelburne
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An estimated 1,000 people took part in the fifth annual Autism Awareness Walk at the PARC Oval in Plattsburgh Oct. 2. More than $25,000 was raised for local families struggling with autism, with more donations expected to come in. Photo by Sarah L. Cronk
Northern Insuring Agency earns national recognition PLATTSBURGH — Northern Insuring Agency is part of an elite group of independent insurance agencies across the country selected as a “Best Practices Agency.” Each year since 1993, Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America and Reagan Consulting, an Atlanta-based management consulting firm, have joined forces to study the country’s leading agencies in six revenue categories. The agencies comprising the study groups are selected every third year through a comprehensive nomination and qualifying process and awarded a Best Practices Agency designation. This year, Northern Insuring Agency — which specializes in business, personal, life and employee benefits services — was ranked
among top performers. “We are honored to receive this recognition and credit our incredible team of professionals for this accomplishment,” said Northern Insuring Agency president Deena Giltz McCullough. “The significance of being selected is even more profound during our 80th year in business.” The selected agencies retain their Best Practices Agency status during the threeyear cycle by submitting extensive financial and operational data for review each year. More than 1,200 independent agencies throughout the U.S. were nominated to take part in the annual study, but only 224 agencies qualified for the honor.
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Holy Angels Church Main Street, Altona. Mass–7:30 p.m. Saturday; 10:30 a.m. Sunday
Living Water Baptist Church 9 Locust St., corner of Main and Locust, Champlain. Sunday School at 9 a.m. Service at 10 a.m. Thursday Bible Study at 7 p.m. includes activities for children. Phone: 298-4358 Three Steeples United Methodist Church -
491 Route 11, Champlain – 298-8655 or 298-5522. Sunday morning worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School at same time (Sept. thru June). Steve Loan, Pastor. firstname.lastname@example.org St. Mary’s Catholic Church Church Street, Champlain Saturday Anticipated Mass 5:30 p.m. Sunday services 8 a.m. St. Joseph’s Church Mason Road, Champlain Saturday Anticipated Mass, 7:30 p.m.
Christ & St. John’s Episcopal Church Butternut Street, Champlain Mass celebrated with music at 9 a.m., Sunday School at 9 a.m.
Sacred Heart Church Box 549, Chazy 12921. (518) 846-7650. Sunday Masses (Ant) 4 p.m., 8 a.m. & 10 a.m. Chazy Presbyterian Church 620 Miner Farm Rd., Chazy • 846-7349 Worship and Sunday School will begin at 11 a.m. email: email@example.com
St. Edmund’s Roman Catholic Church Route 11, Ellenburg Saturday Anticipated Mass, 4 p.m. Sunday Mass, 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. The Ellenburg United Methodist Church will meet at 9 a.m. at the church in Ellenburg Center. However, on Election
Day, Sunday, we move to the Ellenburg Methodist Community Center on Rt. 11.
Ellenburg Depot Wesleyan Church 2179 Plank Rd., PO Box 177 Ellenburgh Depot, NY 12935. Pastor: Robert R. Phillips. Phone: 594-3902. Sunday Family Bible Hour: 9:50 a.m. Sunday Worship Time: 10:50 a.m. Children’s/ Youth Ministries: Call for schedule
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church Maple Street, Mooers – 236-7142. Anticipated Saturday Mass, 5:30 p.m. Sunday Mass, 10 a.m. Reconciliation announced special Saturday mornings 10 a.m. & by request. Mooers United Methodist Church 14 East St., Located adjacent to old Post Office. Sunday service, 9:30 a.m. Contemporary & traditional music, activities for children, youth and families, 236-7129, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.gbgm-umc.org/mooersumc/
Mooers Wesleyan Church Maple Street, Mooers. Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Sunday Night Service 7 p.m. Wednesday Night 7 p.m. (518) 236-5330
St. Ann’s Catholic Church Route 11, Mooers Forks. Mass: Saturday, 4 p.m.; Sunday, 8:30 a.m. Reconciliation announced special Saturday mornings 10 a.m. & by request.
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church Lake Street, Rouses Point. Anticipated Mass: Saturday 4 p.m.; Sunday Mass: 10 a.m.; Weekday Masses: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8 a.m. Communion Service: Wednesday 8 a.m. First Presbyterian Church 52 Washington Ave., Rouses Point, New York 12979. Telephone 518/297-6529. Telephone 518/846-7349. Sunday Service
9 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
St. Louis of France Catholic Church Route 22, Sciota. Mass 4 p.m. Saturday; 9 a.m. Sunday Sciota United Methodist Church Sunday service 9 a.m. Route 191
The West Chazy Wesleyan Church Pastor: Jonathan Hunter 17 East Church St., Fiske Road, West Chazy, NY. Ph. 493-4585. Sunday; Sunday School 9:30 a.m., Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Tuesday; Clubhouse Ministries 6:30 p.m. (Sept. thru May) Wednesday; Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. St. Joseph’s Catholic Church West Church Street, West Chazy. Saturday Vigil Mass, 4 p.m. Sunday Mass 8 a.m. & 10 a.m. Weekday Masses: Monday through Friday at 9 a.m. 9-18-2010 • 56603
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DRY HARDWOOD firewood. $65 per face cord. 518-962-2060
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FIREWOOD LARGE CHUNKS 16”18” LONG, SOFT & HARDWOOD, $45 FACECORD DELIVERED, ALSO 8’ SLABS $50 FULL CORD. 518-5973647.
ROUND BALES Horse Hay 518-962-4592.
1/2 price insulation, 4x8 sheets, high R, up to 4” thick, Blue Dow, 1/2” insul board. 518-597-3876 or Cell 518-812-4815
13 ENGLISH BONE CHINA , gold rimmed cup & saucer sets. 3 bone china ornaments. $200 OBO. 518-335-3687 or 450-247-3725.
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BRAND NEW, never used. Floor cleaning unit with instruction. Retail value $500. Sell for $250. 518-561-9241.
MONTGOMERY WARD parlor wood stove, brown, $275 OBO. Home comfort wood stove/cook stove w/domestic water coil, $800 OBO. 518-293-7909, leave message.
BUCK WOOD stove. 6”, 8” outlet, 26” wood, front loading, plate steel, 2 doors, glass inserts, blower. $450 Firm. 643-6558
NEW, NEVER used rolling walker with seat & basket. $80 OBO. 518-335-3687 or 450-2473725.
BUSINESS FOR sale!! Established 3 years. Will train. Nets 100k Can operate from anywhere. $3800 down. Call Jerry 800-4188250.
ONE TON of bagged pellets. $200 OBO. 518-563-7617.
CHAZY LAKE. Older mobile home. Fully equipped. Good for hunting/fishing camp. You must move. $500 OBO. 514-626-7293 for appointment. CHERRY BEDROOM SET. Solid Wood, never used, brand new in factory boxes. English Dovetail. Original cost $4500. Sell for $749. Can deliver. 347-534-1657 DAY BED in good condition....$50.00. 5930233 DIGITAL CAMERA, Canon PowerShot S400, CF card, charger, xtra battery, cable, great shape, easy to use, $65.00. 518-8911864 DIRECTV - 5 Months FREE! With NFLSUNDAYTICKET for $59.99/mo. for 5mos. New Cust only. Ends 10/06/10 DirectSatTV 888-420-9472 DISNEY ORNAMENTS. 38 boxed collectible ornaments. $1400 value, asking $400. 518335-3687 or 450-247-3725. ELECTRIC WATER heater, 240V 4500 watts, 40 gallon, 3 years old, $75, 891-3285 FOLDING FABRIC layout cutting table with grid and ruler, 3ft x 6ft. L shaped sewing machine desk, both for $75, 891-3285 FURNACE HOT Air 142,000 BTU, Run Great, $299, Call In The Evening 518-5468614. HAIRDRESSING equipment. Styling chair, back wash unit, dryers. Everything to start a shop. 518-236-5716. HARDWOOD DINING set, 60” x 42”. Blond oval table plus 8 chairs, 3 drawer buffett 48” x 19”. Pictures, $400. 518-885-8406. HEATER PORTABLE Kerosene New Dynaglo 23,000 BTU, Two Containers Fuel Included. $85. 518-494-4150. KINGSIZE SERTA Mattress, great condition, $120 OBO, Call 518-643-9391 LAWN SWEEPER 42” wide tow behind, 3 years old like new, $100, 891-3285 LOVESEAT CONVERTIBLE couch, taupe and black plush. Like new. $100. 518-8858406 MANUAL TREADMILL For Sale, 250 Pounds Maximum Weight Capacity, $150. 518-251-2709.
PINE HOOSIER style buffet 50 1/2” x 22” x 75”. Glass and solid doors, pull out serving service. Pictures. $200. 518-885-8406 POWERED SUBWOOFER - JBL 300 watt. Excellent condition. $525. 2 Peavey 115TLS PA speakers. Excellent condition. $225. 518564-5307. PRIVACY HEDGES- Fall Blowout Sale 6’ Arborvitae(cedar) Reg $129 now $69 Beautiful, Bushy & Nursery Grown. Free Installation & Free delivery. 518-536-1367 www.lowcosttrees.com Limited supply. RIMS, EXCELLENT Condition, For Chevy, 16 x 6.5 (4) with Lug Nuts and Center Cover, 8 Hole, $250. 518-223-3718 SLATE BILLIARD table, 4’ x 7’. Includes original set of billiard balls, wall rack, etc. Asking $400 OBO. 563-9024. VITA MASTER stationary bike, good condition, Sears Lifestyler 8.0 treadmill, 1.25hp motor, manual step controller incline. Excellent shape. All reasonable offers considered. 518-359-8605 WALK IN cooler, $3000. Slicer, stand & scale, $450. 3 bay sink, $250. 523-1127 or 637-7694.
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4 WINTERFORCE 205/55R16 snow tires, very good condition $100.00 524-1100
‘05 FORD Focus. Loaded, 130,000 miles, good shape, recently inspected. $3000. 518524-3896 or 518-946-2323.
ALUMINUM TRUCK Cap For 1981 or Older Chevy. Excellent Shape. $100. 518-4947932.
1984 JEEP Renegade. Hard top, snow plow, runs, drives, everything works. Rust bucket. Parts or restore. $250. 518-891-1239.
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1996 JEEP Cherokee Sport. 6cyl., automatic. Runs good, body rusted. 518-359-7167.
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MEAT BAND Saw w/ motor and stainless steel top $475.00. 518-639-5353 or 518-7965303.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT CAT 3406B diesel engine. Came out of a Ford dump truck, ran when pulled. $2500 OBO. Leave message. (518)569-4087
MOTORCYCLE/ ATV 2008 CAN-AM SPYDER-990 , Red/ Black, little over 9000 miles, $12,500 Firm. 518-962-2376 after 5pm.
2009 YAMAHA Raptor 700R, 4 wheeler, 4,000 miles. Excellent condition. $7500 OBO. 236-6632. SPORTSMAN 335 Polaris 4 wheeler, 4x4, independent shaft drive, 167 hours. Excellent condition. $2000. 518-594-7017 WANTED JAPANESE MOTORCYCLES KAWASAKI,1970-1980, Z1-900, KZ900, KZ1000, H2-750, H1-500, S1-250, S2-250, S2-350, S3-400. CASH PAID. 1-800-7721142. 1-310-721-0726.
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TRUCK OR VAN FOR SALE 97 F150 XLT, 4.6, V8, 5 SPEED, 4 WHEEL DRIVE, FULL POWER TOWING PKG $2400. (O.B.O.) TICONDEROGA 585-7002
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September 9, 2010. NEW YORK OFFICE LOCATION: Clinton County AGENT FOR PROCESS: The Secretary of State is designated as Agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. The Secretary of State shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC to 7631 Route 9, Plattsburgh, New York 12901. PURPOSE: To engage in any lawful act or activity. NCM-9/18-10/23/106TC-62526 ----------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF EVENT PARTNERS, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with the Sect'y of State of NY (SSNY) on 8/20/2010. Office location, County of Clinton. SSNY has been designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: and the Registered Agent is Brinen & Associates, LLC, 7 Dey St., Ste 1503, NY NY 10007. Purpose: any lawful act NCM-9/18-10/23/106TC-62539 ----------------------------NOTICE OF FORMATION OF The Oneita Group, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 7/8/2010. Princ. office of LLC: Clinton County NY. The Secretary of State is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 2150 Bradley Pond Road, Ellenburg Center, NY 12934. Purpose: Any lawful activity. NCM-9/25-10/30/106TC-62540 ----------------------------COMBINED NOTICE & PETITION OF FORECLOSURE PURSUANT TO RPTL SECTION 1123(2)(b) Index No. 2010-00001391 Date Filed: October 8, 2010 STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY COURT CLINTON COUNTY ------------IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE OF TAX LIENS BY PROCEEDING IN REM PURSUANT TO ARTICLE ELEVEN OF THE REAL PROPERTY TAX LAW BY CLINTON COUNTY ------------PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on the 8th day of October, 2010, the County Treasurer, hereinafter the "Enforcing Officer", of Clinton County, hereinafter the "Tax District", pursuant to law filed with the Clerk of Clinton County this
Notice and Petition of Foreclosure, and hereby commenced the above-captioned proceeding, to enforce the payment of delinquent taxes or other lawful charges which have accumulated and become liens against certain parcels of real property. The parcels to which this proceeding applies are described in Schedule A attached hereto and made a part hereof. EFFECT OF FILING: All persons having or claiming to have an interest in the real property described in Schedule A hereto are hereby notified that the filing of this Notice and Petition constitutes the commencement by the Tax District of a proceeding in the court specified in the caption above to foreclose each of the tax liens held and owned by the Tax District in the parcels described in Schedule A hereto by a foreclosure proceeding in rem. NATURE OF PROCEEDING: This proceeding is brought against the real property only and is to foreclose the tax liens held and owned by the Tax District in the parcels described in Schedule A hereto. No personal judgment will be entered herein for such taxes or other legal charges or any part thereof. P E R S O N S AFFECTED: This Notice and Petition is directed to all persons owning or having or claiming to have an interest in the real property described herein. Such persons are hereby notified further that a duplicate of such Notice and Petition has been filed in the office of the Enforcing Officer of the Tax District and will remain open for public inspection up to and including the date specified below as the last day for redemption. RIGHT OF REDEMPTION: Any person having or claiming to have an interest in any such real property and the legal right thereto may on or before said date redeem the same by paying the amount of all such unpaid tax liens thereon, including all interest and penalties and other legal charges which are included in the lien against such real property, computed to and including the date of redemption. Such payments shall be made to Clinton County Treasurer, Clinton County Treasurer's Office, 137 Margaret Street, Suite 205, Plattsburgh, NY 12901. In the event that such taxes are paid by a person other than the record owner of such real property,
the person so paying shall be entitled to have the tax liens affected thereby satisfied of record. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE IN THE FORM OF CASH, MONEY ORDER OR BANK CHECK. LAST DAY FOR REDEMPTION: THE LAST DAY FOR REDEMPTION IS HEREBY FIXED AS THE 14TH DAY OF JANUARY, 2011. SERVICE OF ANSWER: Every person having any right, title or interest in or lien upon any parcel of real property described in Schedule A hereto may serve a duly verified answer upon the attorney for the Tax District setting forth in detail the nature and amount of his or her interest and any defense or objection to the foreclosure. Such answer must be filed in the Office of the Clinton County Clerk and served upon the attorney for the Tax District on or before the date above mentioned as the last day for redemption. FAILURE TO REDEEM OR ANSWER: In the event of failure to redeem or answer by any person having the right to redeem or answer, such person shall be forever barred and foreclosed of all his or her right, title and interest and equity of redemption in and to the parcels described herein and a judgment in foreclosure may be taken by default. I do hereby certify and affirm the foregoing as true under the penalties of perjury this 8th day of October, 2010. Attorney for Tax District: Clinton County Attorney c/o County Treasurer 137 Margaret Street Plattsburgh, NY 12901 E N F O R C I N G OFFICER: /s/ Joseph W. Giroux Joseph W. Giroux Clinton County Treasurer (518) 565-4730 SWISS S-B-L Owners Name Acres Front Feet Depth Feet Amt Due ALTONA 092000 118.-1-14 BARON MARVIN C 29.00 acres - $400.08 092000 91.-1-15 BLOW GEORGE J 144.00 x 151.00 $870.20 092000 1 1 9 . - 1 15.24 BRENNEN ALOYSIUYS D 1.10 acres - $646.51 092000 148.-3-28.2 BROOKS JEFFREY 210.00 x 30.00 $261.81 092000 148.-2-12 BURDO STEVEN J -
155.00 x $1,496.22
092000 71.1-1-15 CASEY CHRISTINE J 2.30 acres - $2,698.27 092000 71.-4-14.4 CASEY CHRISTINE J 1.60 acres - $434.70 092000 148.-3-16.2 CHAPMAN ANNA 3.00 acres - $1,712.70 092000 88.14-2-46 DEJESUS JAIME 55.00 x 162.14 $266.83 092000 134.-2-28.1 DROWN STEPHEN L II 74.10 acres - $807.38 092000 87.-1-13.33 FLANAGAN JAMES 4.70 acres - $2,525.90 092000 7 3 . - 3 10.112 GARCIA ANGELO 5.70 acres $400.08 092000 148.-1-10 GOMES JOHN 5.60 acres - $450.37 092000 150.-3-2 GUMLAW DAVID M 190.00 x 220.00 $890.54 092000 88.14-2-66 HAKIM ROBERT 132.83 x 99.08 $254.25 092000 88.14-2-67 HAKIM ROBERT 70.00 x 143.70 $264.32 092000 88.14-2-68 HAKIM ROBERT 70.00 x 141.52 $264.32 092000 72.-1-35.5 JARVIS DANIEL 2.20 acres - $2,204.90
North Countryman - 27 P E A K E BERNADETTE 75.00 x 233.00 $669.09
092000 119.-1-8 VILLENEUVE DAVID L 1 2 3 . 1 0 acres - $988.38
092000 73.-1-8 PERRY RAYMOND 160.00 x 125.00 $476.97
092000 145.-2-2 VILLENEUVE DAVID L 1 1 8 . 0 0 acres - $1,043.69
092000 119.-1-18.1 PERYEA ROBERT M 1.10 acres - $1,922.05
092000 88.-1-11.1 VILLENEUVE DAVID L 2 9 8 . 7 0 acres - $1,863.31
092000 89.1-3-7 RABIDEAU G JEFFERY - 170.00 x 157.46 $1,461.76 092000 135.-2-26 RIVERS LINDA L 2.20 acres - $802.72 092000 148.-2-16 ROUSHIA J DONALD 4.60 acres - $870.95 092000 71.1-1-4 ROWE MARK G 100.00 x 130.00 $1,005.19 092000 75.-1-5.1 SAMPLE DAVID JR 200.00 x 141.00 $3,415.08 092000 148.-3-13 SQUIRES HOWARD P - 181.00 x 190.00 $377.44 092000 88.14-2-38 STONE DANIEL F 127.00 x 101.82 $251.76 092000 135.-2-30.1 SULLIVAN BRIAN 7.40 acres - $1,588.61 092000 89.-2-10 SULLIVAN LINDA ANN 2.70 acres $252.10 092000 118.-1-3.4 T O U R V I L L E FRANCIS R 4.80 acres - $465.87
092000 88.14-1-43 JOHNSON ARNOLD JR - 74.80 x 117.81 $505.68
092000 1 5 0 . - 1 4.221 TROMBLEY ROBERT J 2.00 acres $621.09
092000 131.-1-8.3 KNAPP DOREEN ARLENE - 210.00 x 185.00 $432.77
092000 133.-1-9 TRUDO CHARLES V 63.50 acres - $427.74
092000 134.-1-17 VILLENEUVE DAVID LEE 70.00 acres - $742.00 092000 148.-1-14 WHELDEN GEORGE 22.00 acres - $335.76 092000 148.-1-13 WHELDEN GEORGE P 12.60 acres - $528.30 092000 88.14-2-59 ZHENG YUNPING 70.00 x 162.23 $269.36 AUSABLE 092201 316.13-2-14 BLAISE JAMES C 78.00 x 350.00 $1,004.76 092201 316.10-1-17 BLAISE ROLAND A 2.30 acres - $1,691.15 092201 315.16-3-6 CLODGO BRIAN P 70.00 x 94.00 $1,036.77 092201 316.13-5-3 COURSON RUSSELL - 99.00 x 155.00 $1,587.14 092201 3 1 6 . 1 3 - 5 2.1 COURSON RUSSELL A - 59.00 x 160.00 $6,324.09 092201 316.9-1-7.1 GOWAN BRUCE L 75.00 x 135.00 $293.77 092201 316.9-1-7.2 GOWAN BRUCE L 75.00 x 130.00 $293.77
STEFANIE LYNN 5.40 acres - $1,072.78 092289 335.1-1-33 BOMBARD PATRICIA A - 75.00 x 285.00 $2,061.63 092289 303.-2-8 C A P O R A L E VINCENT 1 0 0 . 1 0 acres - $10,152.38 092289 314.-2-17 C A P O R A L E VINCENT 21.00 acres - $626.97 092289 303.-1-17.1 CIPRIANO JAMES F 3.30 acres - $893.73 092289 313.-3-8.2 CLARK ANDREW R 235.00 x 155.00 $1,353.56 092289 334.2-1-6 CLARK JAMES S 60.00 x 225.00 $1,815.66 092289 303.-2-10 CROSS CHAD M 1.10 acres - $1,194.78 092289 334.2-1-22 CUMBER SCOTT L SR - 60.00 x 200.00 $1,453.71 092289 335.-1-3 E C K H A R D T JENNIFER L - 136.00 x 150.00 $575.92 092289 334.-2-2.24 HOLLAND JOSEPH M 3.20 acres $1,195.28 092289 293.-4-2.2 LAPLANTE RODNEY P 1.00 acres $3,216.52 092289 315.-2-17.2 LATTRELL COREY R - 262.20 x 212.89 $1,864.01 092289 302.-1-11 MONIGAN JOHN R 2.50 acres - $716.34 092289 314.-2-6.6 PARRISH KRYSTAL 8.54 acres - $1,302.51
092201 316.9-1-7.3 GOWAN BRUCE L 75.00 x 75.00 $2,561.11
092289 305.4-1-7 PEARSE-DRANCE THOMAS J - 116.00 x 302.00 $1,349.81
092000 148.-2-17.2 TRUDO CHARLES V 93.20 acres - $862.69
092201 316.13-6-9 HIGH FALLS GORGE CORP - 54.00 x 130.00 $463.54
092289 305.4-1-13 PERKETT JUDE E JR - 79.99 x 115.65 $2,405.12
092000 148.-3-10 TRUDO CHARLES V - 240.00 x 120.00 $3,851.50
092201 315.16-3-8 JOY WALTER S 76.50 x 150.00 $3,620.19
092289 305.-1-2.4 RYAN MAY 2.30 acres - $1,188.50
092000 130.-2-1 MANOR JAMES 50.00 acres - $820.88
092000 148.-3-14 TRUDO CHARLES V - 222.00 x 183.80 $3,204.98
092201 316.17-2-2 ROCK POPPY L 154.00 x 214.00 $3,164.36
092000 89.1-2-8 MATOTT STEVEN D 100.00 x 295.00 $2,535.92
092000 117.-1-5.1 TURTLE ISLAND TRUST 4 7 4 . 7 0 acres - $13,200.78
092201 3 1 5 . 1 2 - 1 12.2 SWINTON LANCE E - 100.00 x 145.00 $380.62
092000 117.-1-12.3 MERWALD FRANK 153.00 x 141.00 $1,433.61
092000 118.-1-1.21 TURTLE ISLAND TRUST 72.70 acres - $2,908.66
092289 334.-1-25.2 BARTON JARRELL A 4.10 acres - $5,196.45
092289 335.-1-7.1 SVENSON ROBERT E 42.80 acres - $1,888.39
092000 71.1-1-16 MILLER RICKY J 64.00 x 217.00 $861.26
092000 118.-1-3.9 TURTLE ISLAND TRUST 20.30 acres - $1,260.13
092289 303.-1-14 BESAW RALPH R 1.20 acres - $1,630.92
092289 315.-1-30 TORRINGTON INDUSTRIES 9.60 acres - $655.74
092000 103.-1-4.1 PARRA ESTEBAN F 25.00 acres - $421.14
092000 135.-1-16 VASSAR REGINALD L JR 9.00 acres $4,104.69
092000 131.-1-8.1 LAGOY ROBERT M 5.34 acres - $1,459.43 092000 148.-3-3 LAMOY LYNDA 4.40 acres - $1,717.80 092000 8 9 . - 2 18.221 L U C I A PAULINE - 200.00 x 100.00 $412.54
092000 148.-2-17.1 TRUDO CHARLES V 4.10 acres - $3,097.26
092289 314.-1-5 BLAISE BERNARD JR - 200.00 x 175.00 $2,732.76 092289 32.11
092289 334.2-1-26 SMITH MRS ETHEL 200.00 x 85.00 $280.31 092289 325.-1-2.12 SVENSON ROBERT E 8.60 acres $8,621.53
092289 315.-1-31 TORRINGTON INDUSTRIES 61.00 acres $1,031.94
28 - North Countryman 092289 303.-2-32 WHITNEY GARRY F 156.75 x 190.00 $1,254.00
29.121 L A Y M A N ARTHUR L III 1.10 acres - $815.00
092289 303.-2-31 WHITNEY GARY F 2.20 acres - $1,661.92
092400 190.-1-18 MANELL YVONNE 105.04 x 200.00 $2,807.18
BEEKMANTOWN 092400 166.-1-1.21 AHMAD SHERYL G 7.80 acres - $953.57
092400 165.-2-1.2 MARTIN LORI 150.00 x 265.00 $2,466.35
092400 181.-1-11 AVELLANEDA C A R L O S HOMBERTO - 112.00 x 158.00 $1,666.56
092400 165.-4-2.5 RIVERS ANTHONY 150.00 x 200.00 $1,563.39
092400 1 3 9 . 1 - 1 74.4 BIBEAU DUANE - 112.24 x 237.84 $740.71 092400 1 3 9 . 1 - 1 74.5 BODETTE DEVON - 119.48 x 219.00 $686.66
092400 1 7 9 . - 3 7.452 RIVERS MICHAEL S 2.80 acres - $1,668.87 092400 1 7 8 . - 2 10.52 RIVERS TERRY L SR 2.05 acres - $879.32
092400 166.-1-2.1 BOIRE ALEXANDER J 6.40 acres $1,284.73
092400 151.-1-2.61 R U S H F O R D DOUGLAS 69.60 acres $6,341.84
092400 166.-1-2.2 BOIRE ALEXANDER J 2.20 acres $784.64
092400 180.-1-28.3 SHEPARD KURT R 181.00 x 203.60 $4,856.81
092400 166.-1-3 BOIRE ALEXANDER J 1.50 acres $3,321.35
092400 180.-1-31 SHUTTS JOHN B 74.00 x 200.00 $1,454.41
092400 179.-2-12.4 BOND GLENN E JR 150.00 x 200.00 $6,022.92
092400 152.-2-19 VAN BUSKIRK KEITH 32.10 acres $1,757.80
092400 164.-2-8.5 BORDEAU BRIAN 150.00 x 240.00 $597.62
092400 178.-3-3 VANWEORT DAVID S - 229.00 x 179.00 $2,648.82
092400 1 7 9 . - 1 11.24 C O O K MICHELLE J 1.30 acres - $2,981.23
092400 163.-2-4 WHELDEN HEIDI M 6.90 acres - $420.78
092400 165.4-2-19 DUPREY AMY 160.00 x 160.00 $1,328.66 092400 164.-2-8.2 FOUNTAIN JOSEPH 175.00 x 150.75 $1,105.02 092400 165.-1-6.13 GARRANT LAURA J 4.60 acres - $7,587.08 092400 164.-1-11.1 GATES DAN 15.10 acres $3,159.05 092400 180.-1-3.24 GUYNUP THOMAS S - 151.98 x 217.66 $2,635.29 092400 178.-3-22 HINDS MICHAEL L 157.00 x 218.00 $5,930.14 092400 190.-1-3.2 LACEY JAMES 1.50 acres - $3,745.86 092400 178.-3-9 LAFOUNTAIN CLAY T 1.00 acres $3,791.26 092400 179.-2-5.12 LAPLANT ALLEN C 21.80 acres $4,626.62 092400 1 5 3 . - 1 29.11 L AY M A N ARTHUR L III 9.90 acres - $5,505.55 092400
BLACK BROOK 092600 307.3-1-7 BRADY JOHN E 5.00 acres - $8,296.08 092600 320.-2-8.3 BROWN KAREN 4.10 acres - $542.34 092600 341.2-2-3 CROSS THOMAS A 88.00 x 98.00 $3,289.48 092600 271.-2-3.1 DAIGLE GARY W 93.60 acres $2,075.29 092600 271.-2-4 DAIGLE GARY W 200.00 x 200.00 $3,352.47 092600 321.2-1-30 DOCKUM RODNEY E - 99.10 x 109.50 $6,219.51 092600 341.2-1-32 DRAKE DAVID A 4.10 acres - $9,548.21 092600 319.-1-3.4 F O U R N I E R MATTHEW J 10.50 acres - $557.54 092600 319.-1-3.5 F O U R N I E R TIMOTHY C 11.00 acres - $698.98 092600 271.-1-5 JENKS BEULAH V 2.00 acres - $3,628.81 092600 264.-1-10 LIBERTY CLARK J 137.00 x 181.00
$2,612.17 092600 320.-2-8.5 N E L S O N FREDERICK W JR 2.50 acres - $382.82
092803 20.18-2-1.7 BOSLEY DANIEL 2.78 acres $29,964.83
092600 333.-1-8.4 NOLAN LIFE USE RICKY L 9.70 acres $2,004.54
092803 20.10-5-34 B R U N E L L E RAYMOND J JR 150.00 x 60.00 $4,423.53
092600 341.2-1-11 PATTNO JOHN F 32.00 x 81.00 $2,686.70
092803 20.18-4-23 CALISTI DEBORAH J - 70.00 x 150.00 $2,233.65
092600 333.-2-10 PETRASHUNE RICKY D - 264.00 x 132.00 $893.94
092803 20.11-5-2 DALY DIANE H 40.00 x 68.00 $926.52
092600 331.-2-21 RONDEAU PETER B - 150.00 x 232.00 $2,142.98 092600 3 4 2 . 3 - 2 11.1 R O Y GASTON - 104.00 x 118.00 $4,285.81 092600 342.3-1-19 TRUPIA VINCENT 85.00 x 130.00 $3,040.82
092803 20.11-3-1.2 KELLY MARY L 50.00 x 100.00 $9,837.66 092803 20.10-4-13 PERO BERNARD 50.00 x 150.00 $2,827.16 092803 20.11-5-5 TRAHAN ROGER K 163.50 x 60.00 $3,811.93
092600 333.-4-1 WARD MICHAEL S 5.10 acres - $2,261.28
092803 2 0 . 1 1 - 2 12.3 W W B I TV INC - 112.00 x 107.00 $969.47
092600 333.-4-2 WARD MICHAEL S 5.10 acres - $1,677.75
092889 18.-1-54.11 1187 TRUCK PLAZA INC - 250.00 x 150.00 $4,781.44
092600 339.-1-5.12 WARD WILLIAM L JR 7.20 acres - $1,903.31 092600 275.-1-27 W H I T T I E R KATHLEEN S 1.80 acres - $1,984.05 CHAMPLAIN 092801 18.15-6-16 BUSKEY STEPHEN O - 90.00 x 100.00 $654.27 092801 18.20-6-9.2 EDDY RICHARD J JR - 79.10 x 165.20 $2,896.39 092801 18.20-4-5 LABARGE CURTIS S - 83.00 x 78.00 $1,674.84
092801 18.11-1-9 WELLS BRIAN E 85.00 x 190.00 $2,084.64 092803 20.11-1-12 BABBIE LISA A 92.00 x 138.00 $6,483.42
092889 49.-2-10.19 ERO GARRY S 100.00 x 200.00 $1,263.69 092889 49.-2-10.20 ERO GISELE D 200.00 x 200.00 $714.97 092889 19.-1-9.4 ERO THERESA 1.10 acres - $1,207.67 092889 48.-1-3.6 ESELTINE MARVLE 278.00 x 125.00 $3,309.94
092889 18.-1-4.111 BECHARD SCOTT 19.50 acres $1,193.37
092889 32.-1-3.222 GOOLEY GREGORY D 1.00 acres $718.51
092889 18.-1-68 BECHARD SCOTT 1.10 acres - $715.94
092889 65.-1-6.1 GRAVELLE DONALD M 31.30 acres - $1,446.07
092889 33.-2-6.12 BOND ROCKY GENE 1.78 acres - $6,456.71 092889 64.-1-12.12 BUSHEY EUGENE P 1.00 acres - $3,920.90 092889 64.-1-5.1 BUSHEY EUGENE P - 152.07 x 264.11 $3,897.34 092889 47.-2-1.3 CASTINE HAROLD J - 208.00 x 208.00 $1,125.27 092889 33.-1-1.2 CASTINE PENNY M -
092889 63.-1-12.2 LECLAIRE BRUCE W - 125.00 x 305.00 $3,699.16
092889 34.-1-16.1 LEDUC LIFE USE JOSEPH A 56.70 acres $1,049.33
092889 33.-1-48.1 GARCEAU STEVEN 52.70 acres $1,361.88
092889 3.-1-6 BECHARD SCOTT D 218.00 acres $8,768.10
092889 63.-1-54 LECLAIR EUGENE L 3.00 acres - $808.21
092889 63.-1-43.3 DUPEE RANDY A 165.00 x 263.00 $1,225.55 092889 49.4-1-25.2 ERO GARRY - 44.69 x 90.00 $2,930.14
092889 32.-2-19 GUAY DAVID A 1.10 acres - $3,295.68
092889 34.-1-21.21 LEDUC LIFE USE JOSEPH A 158.90 acres $359.05 092889 34.-1-24.1 LEDUC LIFE USE JOSEPH A 67.00 acres - $270.46 092889 34.-1-16.2 LEDUC THOMAS O 178.00 x 230.00 $474.26 092889 50.-1-7.4 LEDUC THOMAS O 1.64 acres - $336.65 092889 34.-1-46.1 LEDUC WILLIAM J 187.50 acres $418.16 092889 63.-1-52.11 M ATO T T PAUL E 1 2 2 . 0 0 acres - $1,416.75
092889 63.-1-30.2 L A F O U N TA I N RICHARD J - 204.50 x 150.00 $203.82
093000 80.-1-1 GRAVELLE DONALD M 20.00 acres - $963.95 093000 95.-1-1.2 GRAVELLE DONALD M - 96.00 x 200.00 $14,526.41
092889 62.-1-15 RUSSELL TIMMY J 1.90 acres - $4,191.40 092889 33.-1-1.5 TREMBLAY DEBRA A - 150.00 x 165.00 $3,702.11
093000 136.1-2-2.2 BRAULT ALAN D 10.30 acres $1,424.43 093000 91.-2-4 B R U N D I G E RICHARD JR - 226.50 x 109.00 $1,940.48 093000 124.-1-34 CARPENTIER DAVID L 1.10 acres $3,151.59 093000 92.-1-14.2 COLLINS DORLA J 1.10 acres - $2,670.41 093000 91.-2-35.3 DEAN DAVID B 1.14 acres - $3,752.91 093000 122.-1-58 DECOSTE GWYN -
$2,009.20 093000 106.-2-2.2 POFF JONATHAN E 2.80 acres - $517.45 093000 107.-1-3.3 RELATION DWIGHT 3.80 acres - $6,845.68 093000 107.-1-3.4 RELATION DWIGHT 7.20 acres - $7,479.57 093000 76.-2-43 RELATION DWIGHT 1.30 acres - $8,112.46 093000 1 2 2 . - 1 62.72 RELATION DWIGHT F 1.00 acres - $5,268.77 093000 138.-1-4.54 ROUGIER MARK 1.60 acres - $725.15
093000 95.-1-1.1 GRAVELLE ROBERT L 88.80 acres - $9,516.50
093000 137.-1-1.2 STONE RICHARD 180.00 x 200.00 $564.20
093000 91.-2-20.22 GUERIN ROBIN H 200.00 x 200.00 $5,665.17
093000 136.-1-14.1 TETREAULT TRAVIS R 1 2 4 . 0 0 acres - $5,526.74
093000 136.-1-30.1 GUERIN SAMANTHA - 162.00 x 162.00 $762.52
093000 136.-1-29.2 TROMBLY TODD D 110.00 x 150.00 $2,235.58
093000 136.-1-24 HOGAN LARRY D 1.00 acres - $1,579.39
093000 122.-1-59.2 TURNER DUANE A 130.00 x 150.00 $731.12
093000 108.-1-31.1 KALVAITIS LIFE USE ANE 2 4 9 . 0 0 acres - $9,028.37 093000 108.-1-30.1 KALVIATIS ALFRED 17.70 acres - $815.46
093000 91.-2-25.1 LANDAU ISAAC 57.60 acres - $802.02
093000 136.-1-25.2 BOCHART GARY J 2.24 acres - $1,079.15
092889 49.-3-13 L A F O U N TA I N DUSTIN 1.00 acres $2,628.27
093000 106.-2-1.5 G E O R G E S JENNETTE 7.30 acres - $1,849.39
092889 78.-2-1 MATOTT PAUL E 78.90 acres $3,347.31
092889 17.-1-8 GUERIN IRVING B 100.00 x 175.00 $336.07
092889 63.-1-28 L A F O U N TA I N CARRIE - 100.00 x 140.00 $248.85
093000 91.-2-11 FORETT HAROLD N 3.60 acres - $1,023.81
093000 107.-1-14.6 LAMARE JOSEPH L 35.00 x 304.00 $2,718.83
CHAZY 093000 94.-1-54.3 BLACKBURN REMI 183.80 x 201.70 $5,230.83
092889 64.-1-33.7 KENT JOHN WALTER JR 2.60 acres $2,002.07
092889 63.-1-52.12 M ATO T T PAUL E 1 5 8 . 8 0 acres - $1,428.55
092889 17.-1-5.61 GUERIN IRVING B 138.00 x 270.00 $679.82
092889 34.-1-35.53 J O L I C O E U R WILLIAM NG 9.00 acres - $1,305.80
093000 1 0 8 . - 1 10.32 FAV R E A U DONALD C - 115.00 x 150.00 $544.17
092889 34.-1-11 LEDUC LIFE USE JOSEPH A - 100.00 x 250.00 $431.82
092889 18.-1-4.11 BECHARD SCOTT 54.50 acres $2,108.11
092889 18.-1-8.3 BECHARD SCOTT 150.00 x 100.00 $178.29
092889 32.-2-11 LANCTO LEON D 1.70 acres - $723.94
092889 63.-1-44.1 DUPEE JOHN 126.00 x 110.00 $312.62
092889 33.-1-49 GARCEAU STEPHEN R 32.00 acres - $2,388.20
092889 18.-1-8.2 BECHARD SCOTT 5.50 acres - $2,188.41
092801 18.20-6-13 VASSAR REGINALD L - 74.00 x 142.00 $3,569.13
092889 33.-1-8 DAME OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CORP 12.00 acres - $1,956.90
092889 34.-1-28.5 BARCLAY RONALD G 2.00 acres $3,917.27
092801 18.19-2-16 MARTIN JOHN II 152.00 x 203.00 $2,406.45
092801 18.19-2-6 T I C E H U R S T RICHARD R - 82.50 x 247.50 $3,288.14
092889 33.-1-12 CRISPIGNIANO LLC 18.50 acres $27,730.97
092889 64.-1-5.621 ETHIER ALAIN N 1.30 acres - $703.20
092889 18.-1-8.1 BECHARD SCOTT 570.00 x 185.00 $2,774.11
092801 1 8 . 1 1 - 1 13.1 SELLER SHELLY S - 92.00 x 202.00 $2,663.60
092889 18.-1-54.21 1187 TRUCK PLAZA INC 4.50 acres $41,040.16
092801 1 8 . 1 1 - 1 13.2 LECLAIR BRUCE W - 112.00 x 108.00 $2,694.32
092801 18.20-1-12 PEPIN MARC A 90.00 x 159.30 $3,718.56
140.00 x $5,719.05
October 9, 2010
093000 94.-1-24.12 LANGLOIS CURTIS 2.90 acres - $7,460.53 093000 121.-2-4.1 LAPORTE JASON C 6.60 acres - $2,071.98 093000 9 4 . - 1 43.211 LECLAIRE BRUCE W 59.10 acres $5,817.56
093000 122.-1-59.3 TURNER DUANE A 130.00 x 150.00 $465.76 093000 138.-1-41.1 UPTON WILLIAM R 180.00 x 160.00 $1,272.14 093000 122.-1-60.7 WHELDEN GEORGE 1.55 acres - $548.58 093000 122.-1-60.3 WHELDEN GEORGE P 1.90 acres $3,542.56 093000 122.-1-60.6 WHELDEN GEORGE P 2.30 acres $1,319.80 093000 122.-1-60.5 W H E L D E N MARSHALL F III 177.00 x 221.00 $8,184.81
093000 94.1-1-50 LEGGETT ESTATE ARCHIE - 20.00 x 90.00 $173.24
CLINTON 093200 81.-1-3 BOADWAY JOSEPH S - 165.00 x 148.50 $251.73
093000 137.-1-22.2 M A C K E N Z I E BARBARA J 4.50 acres - $1,625.85
093200 7.-1-10.1 BRADY DONALD 31.50 acres $1,680.53
093000 122.-1-45 MILLER DONALD JOHN - 125.00 x 150.00 $1,550.18
093200 66.-1-2.2 BROADIE THOMAS 120.00 x 120.00 $827.37
093000 94.1-2-28 MOSS MARCIA J 225.00 x 210.00 $9,528.47
093200 24.-1-1.11 BROWN KEVIN F 22.50 acres - $408.02
093000 122.-1-46 NORTON TERRY E 1.40 acres - $2,626.91
093200 24.-1-2 BROWN KEVIN F 22.50 acres - $644.68
093000 136.-1-13.2 PERYER NEAL K 3.80 acres - $989.52
093200 7.-1-10.2 CASSELMAN MARY LYNN - 150.00 x 162.00 $276.40
093000 136.2-1-9 PHANEUF TINA M 73.00 x 160.00
093200 68.-1-11.1 DROWN FRANK L 47.10 acres - $564.51
October 9, 2010 - $1,144.46
093200 81.-1-1 DUMONT KENNETH A 1 0 0 . 0 0 acres - $2,841.16
093489 183.2-2-36 D E F A Y E T T E MARYLOU - 67.00 x 164.00 $2,536.23
093200 51.-1-1.2 FOWLER DONALD H 361.00 acres $4,202.87
093489 158.-1-7.1 DESROCHER RICKY - 225.00 x 150.00 $6,142.29
093200 51.-1-13.1 FOWLER DONALD H 61.70 acres - $809.14
093489 1 7 2 . 2 - 1 39.1 DOUGLAS DONALD R - 40.00 x 150.00 $3,021.96
093600 70.-1-4.2 CASEY STICKS & STONES LLC 9.20 acres - $1,257.45
093489 174.-1-20 D R O L L E T T E FREDERICK 2.00 acres - $1,926.56
093600 112.-1-5 CASEYS STICKS & STONE LLC 8.70 acres - $2,009.15
093489 169.-2-7 DUBRAY WILLIAM 6.40 acres - $3,606.46
093600 97.-1-21.33 D E G R A F F CATHERINE E 122.00 acres $1,390.80
093200 51.-1-14 FOWLER DONALD H 4.60 acres - $290.43 093200 53.-1-21.3 M C C L U R E JONATHAN C 295.00 x 112.00 $285.66 093200 7.-1-31.11 O'CONNOR RONALD 6.80 acres - $736.35 093200 53.-1-21.1 P A R E N T CHRISTOPHER E 35.80 acres - $992.31 093200 22.-1-9.1 PERRY ROY M 44.40 acres - $477.03 093200 6.-1-1.1 THIBEAULT JAMES T 15.10 acres - $1,401.63 DANNEMORA 093401 187.20-5-39 BLAKE JOSHUA 90.75 x 147.84 $2,740.40 093401 187.20-3-16 DOUGLAS THOMAS M - 66.00 x 167.50 $5,979.52 093401 188.17-1-5 HILL JAMES - 70.00 x 150.00 $6,212.85 093401 187.20-4-10 KEL PROPERTIES LLC - 90.00 x 200.00 $5,354.77 093401 187.20-5-36 M I T C H E L L ANTHONY - 62.00 x 154.40 $5,090.23 093401 1 8 7 . 2 0 - 2 4.1 ROBART LIFE USE HAZEL 121.00 x 165.00 $4,461.39 093401 187.20-5-29 ROCK FRANCIS 61.80 x 147.84 $1,210.79 093489 1 5 8 . 4 - 1 63.2 A L E X A N D E R DOUGLAS A - 125.00 x 200.00 $1,829.38 093489 183.20-3-30 A R M S T R O N G BRIGID - 110.00 x 228.00 $653.46 093489 158.4-1-49 ARSENAULT HENRY - 119.50 x 110.00 $1,840.12 093489 1 5 8 . 4 - 1 54.1 ASHLINE LEDA - 100.00 x 100.00 $448.91 093489 183.16-2-2 BETHEA SARAH 46.11 x 154.00 $1,931.50 093489 183.12-1-16 BRACEY KIM B 29.91 x 207.00 $1,268.64
093489 159.-2-18 F O U R N I E R ROSWELL A 2.75 acres - $1,185.67 093489 183.20-4-5 LAFOUNTAIN JOSH 140.00 x 112.00 $5,273.83 093489 183.20-2-4 LAMARE NEIL A 45.04 x 280.00 $1,283.72 093489 183.2-2-8 LAMORA GARY 238.06 x 68.00 $478.74 093489 183.20-2-19 LASHWAY JARED M 45.91 x 278.00 $1,588.17 093489 185.4-2-7 LAW TODD 2.15 acres $22,465.40 093489 183.2-2-13 M C D O N A L D MARLON M - 50.00 x 178.00 $1,777.86 093489 183.20-2-6 MCELROY DANIEL 99.86 x 108.00 $1,989.73 093489 185.2-2-14 M C I N T O S H RICHARD DANA 128.00 x 157.00 $3,624.17
ELLENBURG 093600 99.-2-12 CARTER JAMES L 1.40 acres - $1,977.33 093600 112.-1-2.2 CASEY ASHLEY L 1.00 acres - $287.51
093600 71.3-2-28 DROWN FRANK L 165.00 x 130.00 $6,011.99 093600 71.3-2-29 DROWN FRANK L 60.00 x 140.00 $3,076.69 093600 70.-1-11.3 DROWN STEPHEN L III 1.20 acres $287.39 093600 82.-1-9.2 FILION RICHARD 207.00 x 207.00 $481.51
093489 188.-2-6 WARD MICHAEL S 87.50 acres - $858.96 093489 173.-3-6.1 WILLIAMS STEVEN H 78.80 acres
093600 155.3-2-5 SAWYER RUSSELL W 1.06 acres $14,916.45 093600 55.-2-10 SCHOONMAKER WAYNE 85.40 acres - $1,466.67 093600 99.-2-22.5 V A S M A R I S DIMITRIOS 17.00 acres - $293.57 093600 159.-1-15 VILLENEUVE DAVID L 6.00 acres $362.69
093600 98.-1-14 MAGOON DONALD C JR 43.50 acres - $3,549.68 093600 99.-2-20 MAGOON TRUST DONALD 76.00 acres - $1,829.62
093600 155.2-1-12 NANTASAENG APHICHART 3.00 acres - $2,116.21 093600 155.2-1-14 NANTASAENG WENDY - 160.00 x 215.00 $1,477.67 093600 9 6 . - 1 - 2 . 1 44 N O B L E E N V I R O N M E N TA L POWER LLC 0.01 acres - $2,755.56 093600 98.-1-25 ORMSBEE LOREN 1.70 acres - $648.00 093600 71.3-2-3 PECOR WADE 80.00 x 220.00 $2,764.31 093600 71.3-1-4 PECOR WADE J 1.20 acres - $1,575.37
acres - $6,920.57
2.00 acres - $1,895.10
093800 44.-1-23.3 C H E S T E R ELIZABETH M 150.00 x 266.73 $477.89
093800 58.-2-9.1 MCDONALD ALFRED L 1 0 0 . 1 0 acres - $1,194.42
094000 290.-1-13 CARPENTER TODD D 1.40 acres $5,964.70
093800 45.-4-10.3 FORETTE LAURA 18.60 acres - $571.08
093800 58.-2-2.218 M C D O N A L D MARLON 3.50 acres $799.77
094000 267.-4-7 CLARK RICHARD J JR 1.60 acres $1,547.40
093800 3 0 . 1 9 - 1 31.2 GREENIA SANDRA - 110.00 x 142.00 $5,189.66
093800 45.-5-4 MEIGHEN LIFE USE JOHN C 1.20 acres $868.91
094000 267.-4-8 CLARK RICHARD JR 5.30 acres - $3,098.09
093800 3 0 . 1 9 - 1 20.21 GREENIA SANDRA J 6.50 acres - $657.40
093800 2 9 . - 1 12.122 MENDOZA FLORITA - 238.00 x 203.00 $6,056.76
093800 15.-1-15.11 GUERIN MICHAEL J 3.70 acres - $4,097.37
093800 27.-1-23 MESICK SAMUEL 198.00 x 173.00 $1,312.75
093800 28.-1-8 HOGLE ERIC - 80.00 x 205.00 $359.47 093800 43.-1-28.1 HOGLE ERIC P 48.40 acres - $953.54 093800 56.-1-16.3 KING LEO P - 140.00 x 80.00 $1,611.59
093600 113.-1-10.4 WILLIAMSON LARRY C 1 5 1 . 5 0 acres - $6,297.21
093800 30.16-3-12 KOTCHOUNIAN HRAIR 1.70 acres $6,753.91
093600 71.3-1-1 YELLE JEFFREY W 2.30 acres - $2,129.42
093800 30.16-3-13 KOTCHOUNIAN HRAIR - 70.00 x 110.00 $3,872.37
093800 46.-1-24 MURRAY PETER J 165.00 x 165.00 $595.72 093800 6 1 . - 1 14.213 ORMSBEE DANIEL 1.40 acres $784.91 093800 46.-1-3.7 RABIDEAU DALE 5.00 acres $11,569.52
093800 30.20-3-6 RELATION DWIGHT 58.00 x 64.00 $5,008.55
093800 13.-1-17.1 LADUKE RALPH J 25.40 acres - $776.84
093800 30.20-3-8 RELATION DWIGHT 25.00 x 215.00 $377.48
093600 99.-2-33 YELLE PATRICK 15.40 acres - 776.46
093800 44.2-3-15 LAGREE ELAINE M 580.00 x 70.00 $1,733.16
093800 56.-1-1.1 SCHOONMAKER WAYNE 1 9 3 . 1 0 acres - $1,605.48
MOOERS 093800 60.-1-10.8 ARNOLD RONALD 108.00 x 175.00 $3,423.38
093800 26.-1-8 LAVALLEY LOUIS R 190.00 acres $1,840.34
093800 15.-1-23.5 SEAROR KIMBERLY R 1.30 acres $1,814.36
093800 41.-1-3.1 LAVALLEY LOUIS R 73.00 acres $1,433.23
093800 46.-1-12.10 STERLING ESTATE ROY H 1 3 2 . 3 0 acres - $2,045.87
093800 41.-1-3.11 LAVALLEY LOUIS R 208.00 x 208.00 $373.12
093800 46.-1-16 STERLING LINDA L 1.80 acres - $2,496.64
093600 155.-3-10 LEDUC CLAUDE 3.70 acres - $574.44
093600 84.-1-10.1 MORROW JEREMY 81.60 acres - $750.65
093489 183.20-1-22 V I N C E N T CHRISTOPHER R 25.00 x 130.00 $1,032.88
093600 155.1-2-3.2 SAWYER RUSSELL 6.04 acres - $6,691.00
093600 155.2-1-13 LECLAIR CYNTHIA 157.00 x 218.00 $599.37
093489 188.-1-13 ROBBINS RICHARD 66.00 x 132.00 $1,117.96
093489 183.20-1-33 THOMPSON ALVIN L - 47.81 x 148.00 $1,798.84
093600 83.-1-18 RUSSELL STANLEY 24.70 acres $2,122.54
093600 99.1-3-4 YELLE PATRICK 85.00 x 115.00 373.69
093600 1 5 5 . - 2 15.13 MCINTOSH RICHARD D 5.20 acres - $2,185.11
093489 183.16-1-13 TEDESCO IDA MARIE - 115.20 x 118.00 $2,453.08
093600 84.-1-4 ROWE MARK 15.50 acres - $505.75
093600 128.-1-11 KRAMER RICHARD 330.00 x 107.00 $662.06
093489 183.20-1-21 MERRELL ROBERT 30.00 x 134.00 $1,002.77
093489 158.-1-9.52 R O M A N O S K Y JAMES 1.81 acres $620.84
093600 82.-1-12 PERRIN MICHAEL 90.00 x 175.00 $1,851.53
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093800 30.20-1-22 BARLOW WAVA 83.80 x 152.00 $903.78 093800 41.-1-14 BASTO JOSEPH T 100.00 x 130.00 $2,152.52 093800 43.-2-48 BEDARD GARY J 205.00 x 195.00 $177.40
093800 41.-1-3.71 LAVALLEY LOUIS R 105.20 acres $1,417.10
093800 45.-3-8 TROMBLY RICHARD C SR 4.00 acres $501.88 093800 46.-1-15.2 WALDENMAIER THOMAS 1.60 acres $687.97
094000 2 5 5 . - 2 39.226 C L A R K ROBERT 2.00 acres $5,197.79 094000 290.-1-17 COLLINS JOSEPH A 150.00 x 150.00 $1,409.64 094000 281.12-1-14 CORYEA CHRISTINA M - 30.00 x 100.00 $776.68 094000 270.-1-75 CRAIG JOHN R 200.00 x 117.00 $660.79 094000 270.-1-13.1 CROSS JEFFREY V 105.00 x 195.00 $1,083.39 094000 258.-2-12 DLC PARTNERS LLC 2.30 acres $35,560.31 094000 258.-2-13.1 DLC PARTNERS LLC 11.20 acres $4,091.92 094000 258.-2-13.3 DLC PARTNERS LLC 13.00 acres - $690.21 094000 258.-2-13.4 DLC PARTNERS LLC 1.00 acres - $5,060.77 094000 258.-2-2.1 DLC PARTNERS LLC 1.00 acres - $3,699.42 094000 258.-2-2.2 DLC PARTNERS LLC 11.30 acres $8,279.40 094000 258.-2-2.3 DLC PARTNERS LLC 1.00 acres $21,052.21 094000 267.-2-5 DONER JAMES E 200.00 x 178.00 $1,286.07
094000 2 9 0 . - 1 26.21 MONIGAN JOHN R 1 4 6 . 4 0 acres - $6,372.49 094000 280.-1-14.1 NEXTEL PARTNERS INC 0.01 acres - $3,888.01 094000 290.-1-30 NG JOSEPH 20.00 acres - $590.15 094000 266.-1-3.3 NICHOLS CARMEN 4.20 acres - $4,942.17 094000 270.-1-44 OSHER ELVIS L 95.00 x 225.00 $2,410.23 094000 256.-3-17 PRIMARD ANN M 110.00 x 264.00 $979.52 094000 256.-3-20 REEVES SUSAN M 110.00 x 264.00 $1,443.21 094000 256.-5-11.6 REEVES WAYNE 1.00 acres - $1,417.64 094000 267.-2-2.4 ROCK ELMER D 150.00 x 225.00 $5,708.72 094000 257.-1-29 RUSHFORD ETHEL 1.18 acres - $3,097.73 094000 269.-3-9 SARDELLA MICHAEL J - 130.00 x 183.89 $13,498.72 094000 293.-1-11 S H E L L E Y KATHERINE L 2.00 acres - $6,897.07 094000 2 7 9 . - 2 31.11 STICKNEY SHAWN 5.60 acres $6,714.47 094000 255.-3-13 STONE CORY F 100.00 x 200.00 $503.09 094000 2 5 7 . - 2 44.17 TEDFORD WILLIAM R - 50.00 x 300.00 $172.89 094000 257.-2-44.8 TEDFORD WILLIAM R 1.04 acres $1,379.91
093800 43.-2-49 BEDARD GARY J 1.06 acres - $177.40
093800 12.-1-5.1 LEAFLOOR COREY 15.00 acres $4,274.13
093800 30.16-1-6 BERNARD BRUCE W 4.70 acres $2,663.41
093800 12.-1-8 LEAFLOOR JESS W 314.80 acres $2,791.60
PERU 094000 256.-3-21 ARCOVIO RONALD 110.00 x 264.00 $805.60
093800 46.-1-21.3 BREYETTE ROBERT J JR 3.00 acres $1,178.85
093800 56.-1-11 LECLAIR ARMAND 52.50 acres $5,159.81
094000 276.-1-18.2 BATTIN SUSAN M 110.60 acres $3,002.69
094000 2 9 0 . - 1 16.11 HERDMAN DEBBIE 46.00 acres - $2,766.04
093800 59.-1-25.82 BROWN CHRIS 5.00 acres - $498.13
093800 31.-3-16.4 MANOR JAMIE J 1.10 acres - $2,171.48
094000 291.-1-31.3 BLAISE STEVEN A 1.20 acres - $925.70
094000 267.-2-12.1 JOYAL JAMES R 1.00 acres - $2,129.94
094000 266.-1-4 TURNER REBECCA J S 19.00 acres - $1,208.30
093800 29.-2-47.1 BRUNELL THOMAS A - 255.00 x 310.00 $2,894.53
093800 27.-1-37 MARX RONALD L 82.50 x 239.00 $332.80
094000 293.-1-19 BOOP ROBERT C 133.00 x 127.83 $2,462.59
094000 258.-1-20 LAMAY ESTHER M 8.50 acres - $4,506.07
094000 266.-1-9 TURNER REBECCA J S 25.00 acres - $784.42
093800 30.-2-7.2 BUSKEY ROWLYN 200.00 x 150.00 $2,690.81
093800 27.-1-38 MARX RONALD L 82.50 x 107.00 $280.41
094000 2 5 8 . - 1 10.21 BUSHEY LEEWARD 4.50 acres - $2,806.78
093800 45.-2-14.1 BUSKEY ROWLYN H - 108.70 x 300.70
093800 58.-2-6 MCDONALD ALFRED L 1 5 5 . 6 0
094000 2 5 5 . - 2 39.222 C A L K I N S RICHARD
094000 291.-1-20.8 FALCON LANCE W 3.56 acres - $1,874.40 094000 270.-1-50.4 GAGNIER SANDRA A 1.61 acres $6,794.23
094000 280.1-8-65 LASHWAY (ESTATE) RITA - 60.00 x 171.87 $6,170.38 094000 255.-2-40 LEMIEUX SHAUNA 40.00 x 150.00 $1,340.57
094000 256.-5-48.4 TIMMONS DAVID 3.00 acres - $4,634.74 094000 266.-1-1.1 TURNER REBECCA J S 68.60 acres - $1,741.67 094000 266.-1-19 TURNER REBECCA J S 60.00 acres - $1,127.07
094000 291.-2-7 UPTON JOEY C 1.20 acres - $4,091.60 094000 258.-3-17 VARNO JAMES 214.00 x 120.00 $1,243.61
30 - North Countryman 094000 270.-1-38 WAGNER LIFE EST PENNY SHIPMAN 132.00 x 165.00 $307.16 PLATTSBURGH 094200 194.13-2-24 BESKOVIC KEMAL 250.10 x 123.00 $34,731.88 094200 193.-1-12.2 BIBEAU MARCEL SR 54.60 acres - $630.14 094200 205.4-2-17 BISHOP ROBERT D 60.00 x 150.00 $1,872.79 094200 245.-5-13.2 BLAIR BERNARD 161.00 x 396.00 $664.08 094200 220.4-3-10 BLAIR LAWRENCE A 1.00 acres - $2,872.28 094200 205.-1-17 B L A K E S L E Y ARTHUR 22.70 acres - $2,242.93 094200 2 0 9 . 3 - 1 45.1 B O O L U K O S NICHOLAS 1.90 acres - $8,648.51 094200 233.-1-36 BRAY TERMINAL INC 3.10 acres $13,118.46 094200 220.-8-16 BRODI STEPHEN T 2.50 acres $11,355.24 094200 246.-1-25 BURDICK GLENN 48.00 x 360.00 $374.62 094200 220.2-1-5 BURL BETTY J 50.00 x 100.00 $556.71 094200 203.4-1-31 BURNELL ESTATE ROSS 2.10 acres $1,438.64 094200 1 9 2 . - 1 11.22 BURNELL WENDELL 14.20 acres $1,254.40 094200 1 9 3 . - 1 12.2-1 CHADON REALTY CO - - x $842.84 094200 220.4-4-5 CHAGNON RICKY 58.00 x 240.00 $420.99 094200 220.4-4-6 CHAGNON RICKY 42.00 x 240.00 $2,568.08 094200 220.-4-13 C H A M PA G N E EDWARD C JR 10.00 acres - $433.49 094200 220.-4-30.1 C H A M PA G N E EDWARD C JR 8.27 acres - $2,067.65 094200 220.-4-30.2 C H A M PA G N E EDWARD C JR 32.00 acres - $455.16 094200 220.-4-37 C H A M PA G N E EDWARD C JR 11.90 acres - $519.17 094200
CRAWFORD MARTIN - 50.00 x 156.50 $1,541.75 094200 189.-3-12.4 CROSS JEFFREY V 46.80 acres $1,476.00 094200 203.-1-13.1 DARRAH ROBERT MICHAEL30.50 acres - $353.53 094200 192.4-4-11 DAVIES MICHAEL 94.00 x 234.00 $2,343.07 094200 203.-1-19 DEJESUS JAIME A 150.00 x 150.00 $784.04 094200 220.-1-9 FIVE STAR PROPERTIES LLC 1.80 acres $39,425.79 094200 193.3-2-8 FORTUNATUS TUMUSIME - 110.00 x 343.00 $877.94 094200 220.4-3-9 FOUNTAIN ESTATE FLOSSIE - 65.00 x 380.00 $2,494.78 094200 192.4-1-56 GOHLKE NINA 125.83 x 147.25 $3,572.37 094200 205.3-2-4 G R E G O I R E BARRETT 1.70 acres - $3,846.49 094200 232.-3-25 G R E G O I R E BARRETT 2.50 acres - $5,367.52 094200 193.3-3-41 GRIZZLE STACEY L 120.00 x 110.00 $641.15 094200 2 2 0 . 4 - 2 1.12 HANSHAW SYLVIA - 75.00 x 156.00 $4,214.81 094200 219.2-1-14 HYATT HOBBIE E 100.00 x 160.00 $3,592.87 094200 208.8-2-9 ISABELLA DANA 104.33 x 112.00 $8,215.42 094200 193.3-1-30 KELLEY CARLTON F - 100.00 x 150.00 $539.51 094200 191.-2-3.31 KNIGHT FRANK R 100.00 x 250.00 $958.81 094200 204.-2-51.3 L A B O M B A R D LOREN G 1.15 acres - $1,581.43 094200 194.-3-13 LATINVILLE JAMES 100.00 x 226.00 $8,604.27 094200 203.-2-19.2 LIBERTY MARK E 4.00 acres - $7,318.60 094200 232.-3-43.4 LIGHTHOUSE PROPERTIES 100.00 x 200.00 $1,760.84 094200 192.4-2-18 LORD LINDA - 100.00 x 132.00 $1,838.76
094200 245.-4-5 MANTIKAS MICHAEL - 55.00 x 594.00 $2,590.35 094200 220.4-2-3 M A R T I N E A U MALCOLM - 31.00 x 150.00 $262.15 094200 232.-3-30 M A R T I N E A U MALCOLM - 220.00 x 180.00 $3,064.49 094200 1 9 1 . - 3 26.231 MCKINLEY KENNETH J - 112.00 x 205.00 $592.28 094200 220.2-2-8 MONETTE CARL M 50.00 x 157.75 $1,757.00 094200 194.-2-8.11 M O S C H E L L E DARRYL T 115.30 acres $6,221.26 094200 192.-2-22 PELLERIN VICKIE L 19.80 acres $5,673.43 094200 204.-2-43.1 PINE HAVEN OF THE NORTH COUNTR 83.00 acres $8,443.75 094200 189.-3-3.32 POWERS LEON 3.04 acres - $2,106.42 094200 192.4-1-18 P R O V O S T CHRISTINA G 130.00 x 115.00 $2,729.62 094200 192.4-4-30 RICE JOAN - 99.44 x 125.00 $774.95 094200 2 2 0 . 4 - 2 1.21 R O C K JARED D - 50.00 x 207.00 $5,175.42 094200 1 9 2 . 4 - 2 14.3 RUSHFORD ETHEL E - 100.00 x 143.00 $5,253.12 094200 192.4-3-28 SMITH ESTHER C 105.00 x 150.00 $5,703.65 094200 1 9 4 . 2 - 2 53.3 STRICKLAND TROY W - 60.00 x 160.00 $2,970.37 094200 233.-1-27 STUDLEY WILLIAM 1.20 acres - $7,118.60 094200 206.4-4-24 TAYLOR MICHAEL J 60.00 x 238.00 $3,762.84 094200 194.20-2-22 TROTT ESTATE PATRICIA M - 75.00 x 125.00 $6,545.89 094200 2 0 5 . 4 - 2 10.5 WILLETTE DAYL - 80.00 x 282.15 $8,032.09 094200 193.3-5-11 WOOD ROBIN W 100.00 x 184.80 $1,511.48 094200 203.4-1-18 WRIGHT JAMES 57.00 x 102.40 $348.64 094200 232.-3-22.9 ZATYLNY FRANK S
1.00 acres - $777.03 SARANAC 094401 2 0 1 . 8 - 1 24.2 DOUGLAS THOMAS - 210.00 x 140.00 $5,191.11 094401 2 0 1 . 8 - 1 24.4 DOUGLAS THOMAS M - 94.00 x 100.00 $559.51 094401 201.8-2-10 GODDEAU RITA DELIA - 130.00 x 125.00 $995.60 094401 188.17-7-18 HADCOCK ALAN 70.00 x 150.00 $6,807.46 094401 1 8 8 . 1 7 - 7 18.-2006 HADCOCK ALAN - 70.00 x 150.00 $486.07 094401 2 0 1 . 8 - 4 3.24-2006 HOWELL JOSEPH A - x - $516.63 094401 1 8 7 . 2 0 - 9 3.1 T H E MALSEPTIC LLC 1.50 acres - $919.42 094489 240.1-1-28 A L E X A N D E R DOUGLAS - 261.52 x 81.50 $3,318.10 094489 240.1-1-27 A L E X A N D E R DOUGLAS A JR 33.00 x 81.80 $4,040.76 094489 261.-1-10 ATLAS F LLC 125.10 acres $1,646.43 094489 214.-1-19.2 BLAKE ROBERT 8.20 acres - $3,922.35 094489 236.-1-3.14 B L U E W O L F CHARLES 7.90 acres - $519.55 094489 251.-1-31.1 BRIEN BENJAMIN W 30.60 acres $2,074.37 094489 210.2-4-6 CALLAWAY KATHY E - 60.00 x 430.00 $1,447.91 094489 251.3-4-8 CARPENTER GLENN - 115.00 x 179.50 $977.69 094489 238.-1-1.12 CHAMPAGNE CODY J 12.10 acres - $3,044.70 094489 238.-1-1.11 C H A M PA G N E SHANE 12.00 acres - $850.55
D I C K E R M A N MARION 8.40 acres $627.41 094489 239.-1-33.2 D R O L L E T T E REBECCA 18.80 acres $6,724.93 094489 225.-1-16.1 FILION SHANE 87.60 acres $26,952.44 094489 251.-1-1.2 FILION SUSAN 12.30 acres - $491.84 094489 252.-1-1.32 FOUNTAIN ROBERT A JR 1.00 acres $879.98 094489 240.1-1-9.2 GAY MATTHEW 50.00 x 219.60 $3,039.98 094489 262.-1-45.1 GIBBONS GREGORY CHADWICK 8.44 acres - $761.30 094489 2 6 2 . - 1 45.10 GIBBONS G R E G O R Y CHADWICK 5.13 acres - $660.91 094489 2 6 2 . - 1 45.13 GIBBONS G R E G O R Y CHADWICK 9.18 acres - $779.90 094489 2 6 2 . - 1 45.14 GIBBONS G R E G O R Y CHADWICK 9.78 acres - $805.21 094489 262.-1-45.5 GIBBONS GREGORY CHADWICK 9.91 acres - $808.94 094489 2 6 2 . - 1 45.61 GIBBONS G R E G O R Y CHADWICK 19.20 acres $18,864.27 094489 262.-1-45.7 GIBBONS GREGORY CHADWICK 5.34 acres - $698.08
October 9, 2010 094489 239.-1-2.5 M A L D O N A D O ROBERT A 10.10 acres - $809.64 094489 226.-1-15.1 MILLER JASON 150.00 acres $2,003.43 094489 2 0 2 . - 1 18.12 MINCKLER LORINDA L 9.90 acres - $1,697.95 094489 227.-2-4 MURRAY LIFE ESTATE LILLIAN E 2.40 acres - $1,872.52 094489 263.-1-7 PERYEA DARLENE 8.00 acres - $730.74
094600 244.3-1-16 DENNIN GREGORY M - 72.00 x 130.00 $1,051.81 094600 244.-2-15 DOWNEY RICHARD L JR - 158.00 x 125.00 $2,334.11
094600 2 3 2 . - 1 16.22 S H E PA R D KURT - 100.00 x 140.00 $2,460.17 094600 2 3 2 . - 1 20.32 S H E PA R D KURT E 2.70 acres $940.21 094600 230.-3-2 SHINGLE ST MOBILE HOME PK INC 120.00 x 300.00 $1,384.03
094489 251.3-2-19 REED JESSE L 1.00 acres - $1,878.59
094600 255.-4-21.1 FRASER KIRK M 4.60 acres $10,399.29
094600 244.4-1-4 STOCUM ROBERT 2.10 acres - $4,251.00
094489 214.-1-4 RUSHFORD ETHEL E 58.00 acres - $1,640.95
094600 218.-1-55 GABLE JOHN J 100.00 x 125.00 $1,411.60
094489 240.1-3-3 RUSHFORD ETHEL E 3.80 acres $3,496.74
094600 232.-1-25 H E Y W O O D STEPHANIE - 100.00 x 150.00 $1,269.96
094489 239.-2-2 SANTOSA RONNY 47.20 acres $1,252.20
094600 2 4 4 . - 1 31.42 LABARGE JOHN - 110.00 x 150.00 $1,520.48
094489 201.-2-15.2 SARANAC NORTH LLC 1.50 acres $385.09
094600 231.-1-26.5 LAWSON TARA 150.00 x 220.00 $7,203.76
094489 210.2-2-13 S T A N D I S H COMMUNITY ASSOC - 200.00 x 200.00 $955.55
094600 219.1-10-11 LEWIS JOSEPH JAMES - 160.00 x 175.00 $16,043.33
094489 241.-2-3.1 TRUDEAU JAMES E 104.00 acres $8,619.15
094600 245.-8-12 MANLEY ESTATE THELMA - 125.00 x 275.00 $795.95
094489 228.-3-13 TRUDO BONNIE L 2.50 acres - $3,259.36
094600 245.-3-38 O'BRIEN JOHN E 209.33 x 167.96 $775.40
094489 262.-1-45.8 GIBBONS GREGORY CHADWICK 3.47 acres - $612.54
094489 261.-1-5 WALDRON GERALD F 20.80 acres - $831.98
094600 244.3-1-17 ORMSBY RAYMOND EDWARD - 90.00 x 150.00 $1,781.09
094489 210.2-2-3 G I L L E T T JESSALYNN J - 60.00 x 335.00 $1,372.72
094489 260.-1-19.2 WALDRON GERALD FRANCIS 2.20 acres $3,699.23
094600 218.-2-63 PARENT JILL ANN 80.00 x 140.00 $896.51
094489 210.2-2-14 GONYEA JAMES E JR - 165.00 x 180.00 $1,277.42
094489 202.-4-5 WARD MICHAEL S 16.20 acres - $352.22
094600 256.2-1-3 POLITIS CHERIE 96.00 x 224.00 $2,610.59
094489 263.-1-47.2 HOLMES GARY 1.20 acres - $6,947.77
094600 243.-1-13 BLAIR JAMES W 1.70 acres - $1,183.06
094489 248.-1-20 DASHNAW JAMES J 32.20 acres $2,896.89
094489 210.2-3-8 LADUKE JOHN 127.00 x 200.00 $1,229.84
094600 244.-1-25.1 BRADLEY GLEN 24.00 acres $1,324.32
094489 240.1-2-7 DAVIS SUZANNE RENEE 1.70 acres $3,436.54
094489 251.3-4-18 L O N G T E M P S CLIFFORD - 220.00 x 120.00 $455.65
094600 232.-2-24 BRUCE CLARENCE 150.00 x 200.00 $811.22
094489 216.-1-29.1 DELISLE AYOTTE CONNIE A - 222.00 x 120.00 $639.83
094489 2 3 9 . - 1 34.21 M A C M I L L A N ROBERT R 14.10 acres $1,209.74
094600 244.-1-22 BRUNO GERALD 123.20 acres $4,401.46
094600 2 1 9 . 1 - 5 27.3 D A V I S ANDREW J - 100.00 x 115.00 $3,917.95
094600 244.-1-32.3 ROWBOTTOM MARY KAY - 125.00 x 275.00 $1,851.33
094600 2 4 5 . - 1 18.151 S H I R CLIFF LLC 71.50 acres $36,451.74
SCHUYLER FALLS 094600 230.-3-27.3 AGONEY MICHAEL 175.00 x 163.33 $2,463.56
094600 244.-1-37.1 DASHNAW JEFFREY R 66.10 acres - $10,393.74
094600 2 4 4 . 4 - 1 2.22 FAV R E A U SHAWN A 1.64 acres - $1,140.12
094489 252.-1-5.1 PROVOST GARY 35.00 acres $3,302.73
094489 210.2-2-12 GONYEA JAMES JR 180.00 x 185.00 $1,313.48
094489 251.-1-37.5 DASHNAW ASHLEY A - 250.00 x 150.00 $3,908.77
10.4 CHRISTON II GEORGE J - 25.00 x 350.00 $1,866.05
094600 232.-2-8.14 RASMUSSEN DAVID - 150.00 x 150.00 $2,789.71 094600 231.-1-40.2 RECORE HERBERT A JR 1.90 acres $2,194.19 094600 2 3 2 . - 1 12.313 R E C O R E HERBERT A JR 22.70 acres $1,803.76 094600 219.1-3-28 RELATION DWIGHT 88.76 x 100.00 $6,235.51 094600 2 1 9 . - 2 10.11 R O C K GREGORY D 51.90 acres -
094600 218.-2-55.2 TRUDO CHARLES V 5.20 acres - $9,314.19 094600 218.-2-58 TRUPIA VINCENT 132.00 x 140.00 $1,864.64 094600 218.-1-48 TYNDALL THOMAS H - 110.00 x 200.00 $2,236.00 094600 218.-2-30 WRIGHT CHARLES 200.00 x 150.00 $4,525.90 094600 245.-1-19 WRIGHT DANA 3.70 acres - $4,677.79 NCM-10/9, 10/23, 11/6/10-3TC-62602 ----------------------------SCORS MULLARKY PROPERTIES, LLC Articles of Org. filed NY Sec. of State (SSNY) 9/14/2010. Office in Clinton Co. SSNY desig. agent of LLC upon whom process may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to 16 Broadway Rd., Plattsburgh, NY 12901. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. Principal business location: 13 Bristol Rd., Plattsburgh, NY 12901. NCM-10/9-11/13/106TC-62619 -----------------------------
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